Pit toilet, trash can
Warriors passage trail W 0.3 to waucheesi bald.
W 0.2 miles on Trail 85 to water.
Gorgeous piped spring .2 e.
Just w of trail, shallow pool, not useful for me.
Last 4000 footer of my trip.
Room maybe for 2 ⛺️. Small stream, metal thing.
Not good source
Gravel road next to cherohala overpass
S fork citico cr tr.
Small oldish shelter
Bad verizon service
Wow - what a climb. Tentsite with a view
Add to AT! Excellent spring
Good spot to sit
Blowdown over trail
Not disappointed to find shelter empty getting in after dark and 50k. Love the 💧. Already saw a 🐭.
Pit toilets nearby
Yup, large stream west on betty creek gap trail. Posted no camping area.
Seep type spring
Oak lost a branch
Camping west of the trail
Nice pooling spring. 🏕 here.
Room for maybe 2 tents
Water is west, across the road.
Water flowing out of a culvert
Good source. Salamander in residence.
Between here and low gap the at follows an old road bed.
Water in stream next to shelter.
Water source is a stream in front of shelter.
Good place to collect where the blazes end and also nearer, at the source. Campsite.
More of a stream
E to whitley gap shelter.
Logan Turnpike Trail.
Feels good to be back on the AT. Wish i had a crash pad for the summit.
Shallow. I was able to fill my smartwater about half way.
Dirt road. Lots of fallen oaks between here and the bald.
Coosa Tr joins DRT E.
S 150’, down a trail resembling a drainage ditch, to a spring.
Big oak 🌳
S 0.25 miles, past a hunting blind, is a small stream.
Could not find spring.
Sign for Wilscot Mtn.
Survey marker, small campsite
E 25 yards, little bit hard to find but good water.
Nobo bmt turns right onto two track.
Piped spring 0.1 m E is running. Camping here for the night.
Lot of road walking today...
Nobo starts 2.6 mile roadwalk.
E o.2 miles to a campsite and stream.
Foster Branch Rd/CR 187
Lots of water
Second jct is 100’ N.
Short spur leads east to summit 🔥🔥
True to its name, there is a spring on both sides of the gap. East spring is better. Campsite. Sign for cherokee NF and Hemp Top Tr 145.
Licklog Trail No. 65 goes E.
Signed jct Big Frog Tr (bmt n) and Lick Log Tr (bmt s). Wolf Ridge Tr no. 66 goes west. Campsite.
Tr 69, 64
W Fork TR 303, Quartz Loop TR 339, Chestnut Mtn TR 335
Tent sites near closer to trail
Good water .15 west
View chaplain and dacks
Nice logs for sitting
Stealth site east of summit
Stealth camp .1 north
Water not running
Good shade tree
West to shelter. East to water
Hostel 4.0W, hard to find. Call for shuttle 276-472-2150. $20 for bunkhouse. Wi-fi, laundry, shower.
6-7 stealth sites north between here and jenny knob shelter
Nobody home. Couple bags of trash. Library well stocked.
Pretty low but workable
Stagnant but clear pools
Little washed out
Closed for 2017
Spring is low, but piped.
Such a long hard climb up the Highcock Knob. LoL
Stealth camp .1 North
Stealth site south of summit
Log for sitting at the trailhead
Small stealth site w/ view .3 north
Last summit on the Pemi Loop aka the POOP! Going clockwise, the first water on the loop is liberty spring and the second is garfield.
Windy and cloudy
Sweet bench for sitting
Alpine tundra here
View from the shelter and spring is near. Lots of tent platforms, bear box.
Sux up here dont come
Pemi loop with olek. Glad to be here
Tent sites north of stream
Weak stream on access road .15 past the privy
Nice rock to drop your pack on and walk out to the view. Handful of small tent sites near the rocks.
Here flows some damn good water!
Working for stay here. Wildcat breaks knees.
The best stealth site of all time is .17 south!
Great stealth sites one tenth south of summit
Good swimming holes near bridge
Good stealth site just north of peak
Stratton pond is grey, misty and beautiful today
Not sure where the shelter is--theres marked trail but its rumored to be down hill of the privy.
The water is really good .07 south of here
Great view--where are the climbs?
Great shelter by flowing stream, hole in roof, good water, tentsites
Top notch stream, 10/10 quality
Water is flowing !!!
Full of branches and leaves
Should have taken the bypass
Four sided shelter with two sleeping platforms, indoor and outdoor table, privy, tent platform, water, bear box, caretaker in season.
Small metal spike.
Feeling stiff. Just gotta get over camels hump.
Stream running. After the crossing (same stream?) .25 miles south, the next water is starks nest.
No water since starks nest
functional rain catchment. Excellent spot for a break. Privy.
Another beautiful "lodge" with all amenities but camping. Watch your step on the way down.
Fully enclosed, 4 large bunks, table, benches, windows. Water next to lodge. Bear box. Wash pit. Weaker water source past privy.
Wooded indistinct summit
Big observation tower
Small stream just south of here
Water source is a small stream 0.1 miles down cooley glen tr - not the first tiny spring on your left.
Stream next to shelter.
Trail ends at a small viewpoint
Beautiful cabin overlooking a pond.
Great view from the chairlift
Water in the saddle between here and Cape Lookoff.
No water between here and hwy 73.
No water coming up from 73
Access closed for peregrines
E to FS 45
Thermometer reads 51
Who is destroying the signs
4 large bunks with a table in between. Piped spring en route to shelter.
This shelter could sleep 6 comfortably and there is a creek
Hi diddly ho. Northbounders, congrats.