Recap: The 40 Mile Hiking Challenge

The Independent Herald‘s 40 Mile Challenge is now complete, but it can serve as a guide for folks to begin their exploration of the Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area at any time. Use the following posts to direct your self-guided, self-paced exploration of the BSF.

Week 1: A visit to Leatherwood Overlook

Week 2: Adventure awaits at Cracks in the Rocks

Week 3: Hiking to the historic O&W Railroad Bridge

Week 4: Kellogg’s Crack is awesome hike, but little known

Week 5: Middle Creek Loop is one of Big South Fork’s best hikes

Week 6: Burnt Mill Loop

Week 7: Slave Falls

Week 8: Bronco Overlook

Week 9: John Litton Farm

Week 10: A choice to make

GC Staff
GC Staff
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