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N. R. Tucker

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15 Miles

My daughter and I spent three days hiking in the Smoky Mountains, exploring a few trails I hiked growing up in Tennessee. Continue reading “15 Miles”

Haw River State Park

Searching for a new-to-us trail that didn’t require a long drive, my daughter and I discovered Haw River State Park. Continue reading “Haw River State Park”

Currituck Banks Reserve

What a great find. Continue reading “Currituck Banks Reserve”

3 Reasons Winter Hikes Are the Best

Hiking in the southeastern United States (where I live now) is nothing like hiking in the Colorado Rockies (where I used to live). Continue reading “3 Reasons Winter Hikes Are the Best”

3 Backups Are Not Enough

I know what you’re thinking. Continue reading “3 Backups Are Not Enough”

Stone Mountain Loop

The 4.5-mile Stone Mountain Loop in Stone Mountain State Park, North Carolina, is a hike of changes. Continue reading “Stone Mountain Loop”

Dismal Swamp State Park

Dismal Swamp was not what I expected. Continue reading “Dismal Swamp State Park”

Boone’s Cave Park

According to local lore, Daniel Boone and his family made use of the cave above the Yadkin River. Continue reading “Boone’s Cave Park”

Vertical Mile Trail

We’ve had so much rain lately that trails on the water tend to be muddy or under water. Continue reading “Vertical Mile Trail”

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