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    Default ST4 Yamacraw to Cumberland falls

    section was super flooded and trashed from the recent rain storms but still had a great time. Lots of water flowing and excellent campsite selections started popping up once out of BSF. 33% done now
    Trail Miles: 4,090.3 - AT Trips: 71
    AT Map 1: 2004.8
    AT Map 2: 265.0
    Sheltowee Trace Map: 116.0
    BMT Map: 57.7
    Pinhoti Trail Map: 31.5

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    PCT, Sheltowee, Pinhoti, LT , BMT, AT, SHT, CDT 560 miles 10-K's Avatar
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    Of the entire ST I thought this was the sketchiest part. Hiking south, as soon as you cross the bridge and go into the woods that entire stretch along the river has lots of trash and when I last hiked it 5 or so years ago the trail wasn't marked well at all through there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10-K View Post
    Of the entire ST I thought this was the sketchiest part. Hiking south, as soon as you cross the bridge and go into the woods that entire stretch along the river has lots of trash and when I last hiked it 5 or so years ago the trail wasn't marked well at all through there.
    Some things never change!
    Last edited by Gambit McCrae; 04-13-2021 at 10:07.
    Trail Miles: 4,090.3 - AT Trips: 71
    AT Map 1: 2004.8
    AT Map 2: 265.0
    Sheltowee Trace Map: 116.0
    BMT Map: 57.7
    Pinhoti Trail Map: 31.5

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