Category: Hiking

Hiking Loudoun Heights Trail from Harpers Ferry

A nice winter day when a thin sheet of snow blanketed the earth. I headed off to the historic town of Harpers Ferry for some hiking and exploration.

Hiking Billy Goat Trail A of Great Falls Park

It’s a warm sunny day in the middle of April, when spring was in full bloom. After weeks of being confined at home, my friend and I took a hiking trip of Billy Goat Trail A in Great… Read More

Hiking Mary’s Rock in Shenandoah

A warm day in the month of May as summer colors finally returned to the mountains. I headed out to Shenandoah National Park for some hiking.

Camping Weekend in Shenandoah

First weekend of November, before all the leaves were gone in the mountains, my friend and I ventured into Shenandoah National Park for a camping trip and a last peak of autumn. And this post would be about… Read More

Hiking Buzzard Rock of George Washington National Forest

It’s a weekend towards the end of October, when foliage forecast was at its peak for mountains in the mid-atlantic region, something that I wouldn’t attempt to miss. This time, I ventured into Northern George Washington National Forest… Read More

Day Trip to Shenandoah National Park

Another autumn day as my friends and I ventured into nature again. This time we were visiting Shenandoah National Park in Virginia, hiking Whiteoak Canyon / Cedar Run Loop and Bearfence Mountain.

Hiking in Delaware Water Gap

It’s a beautiful October weekend as I explored Delaware Water Gap, a destination that’s on almost every top-X hiking list of Northeastern US. And it’s the best time of the year when rolling hills put on their most… Read More

Hiking Appalachian Trails in Northern Virginia

A typical autumn weekend when I decided to explore some nature. This time I picked two famous routes along Appalachian Trail in Northern Virginia, Buzzard Hill and Raven Rocks.

Hiking in Prince Willilam Forest Park

It’s the first Saturday of September as my friend and I ventured into Prince William Forest Park, the largest pack of greenness near Washington DC measuring 17000 acres yet not known to many residents of the area.