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    Hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, rock climbing, kayaking...shoot, I don't know, skiing, skydiving, snowmobiling, whatever. Share your passion, generate interest in your sport or activity, inspire someone, whichever. What you doin'? Give us a little taste!

    I often work 6-7 nights per week, sometimes just getting an off night every other week. Had to stop mountain biking,which I used to do in the mornings, up to 3x per week. Overnight backpacking trips, anywhere from <10 to 25+ miles, and a weeklong trip or three per year, are about all I get, the last couple years. I live in AL, but consider the Cumberland Plateau in TN and KY my "home trails", and am up there as much as 3x per month when not getting the overtime shifts.

    This week I went and checked on my favorite waterfall, since I hadn't seen it since May. It was still there!

    Virgin Falls State Natural Area near Sparta, TN.
    It's only ~9 miles round-trip. The trail in follows a creek downhill to its end. Beautiful hike with a constant procession of cascades and drops. Big Laurel Creek ends at Big Laurel Falls, which flows back into a cave/rock shelter, and disappears underground. Then a little cross country to Sheep Cave & Falls on an alternate loop, with Virgin Falls for the grand finale. Sheep Cave Falls emanates from Sheep Cave, goes over 3 tiers, and disappears into a cavern.
    Virgin Falls also comes out of a cave on top of a ridge, flows over a 120' cliff, and straight into a "sink" at the bottom.
    Lighting sucked this time around. It was supposed to be cloudy

    Big Laurel Falls(hate to disappoint you, but *I'm* what's at the end of the rainbow)


    Sheep Cave, and the first tier of the Falls


    Virgin Falls


    I love the steep gorges and rocky terrain of the Cumberland Plateau.


    Not the norm for me, but I got all fancy, bringing my saw, cook kit(with a canister stove, even!), and peppermint tea.



    I get a little fired up around waterfalls...
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    Pretty area! Looks a lot like here in the northeast with the lichen covered rocks...
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    Looks and sounds amazing! When you do go in the cave, please share.

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    If I do, it won't be far! I'm not much for youtube, but added a couple more videos. Y'all can just turn the volume off or something. For some reason, I think out loud when videoing, and talk the whole time

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    Was just looking at how few threads this forum has. Not much adventuring going on around here, so I guess this one will fizzle out, too.
    This week, Sipsey Wilderness in AL. Lots of rock shelters with little waterfalls, a few with larger ones, a giant poplar called "Big Tree", and a river crossing coming and going on my in/out.
    I have a pair of Xero Z-Trail sandals for occasional water crossings(or camp shoes where there's so many I just walk through them in my hiking shoes). Always wondered what hiking in 0 drop footwear was like, and the trails there are easy on the feet, so I got in about 3 miles total with them. I was laughing about there being ice around some of the waterfalls, and on the root next to me when I sat down to don the sandals before the knee deep river crossing. Bit chilly for hiking in the 30s, but not as bad as I'd expected. I'm looking forward to trying some lower, or 0, drop shoes, now. Hard to describe the difference, but it was comfortable, and I felt more "planted", for lack of a better term.

    Here's my favorite two waterfalls from the hike. That's what I'm all about, and Sipsey is known as "The Land of 1000 Waterfalls", so it's right up my alley







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    Owen,
    I am enjoying reading your threads, and especially looking at your pictures of waterfalls.
    The terrain is a little rough for me, so I have to live vicariously through others.
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    Thanks!
    The terrain there is mostly only rocky around the waterfalls, but there's slippery mud everywhere.
    I never fall. Last time was 5-6yrs ago, after stupidly refusing to stop to put on my Microspikes before crossing a flat rock section covered in solid ice.
    I fell 5 times Wednesday, twice ending up flat on my back.
    The trails are mostly flat, but punctuated by drainages with steep walls of mud, and there are lots of big deadfalls to climb over that are very slick.
    Those easy trails beat the crap out of me

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    Fifteen years ago, when I was fifteen years younger, without a hip problem and much more agile, I slipped backwards on an ice covered lake. Although I tucked my chin, I guess my neck muscles weren't strong enough to keep my 10 pound bowling ball head from smacking down onto the ice. From inside my head it sounded as though I had literally rung a bell!

    Maybe five years later, I joined our County Search and Rescue team, and one of the required pieces of equipment was a rock climbing helmet, and another was eye protection. Ludicrous! Yet one Halloween eve while taking the kids Trick or Treating, I poked my eye on a low hanging twig of a branch of a tree.

    On my last Boy Scout hike, on rocky terrain, a few years ago, I caught one adult who slipped, and then later caught myself, when I slipped. Many rocks were leaf covered, and most were moist, if not wet and moss covered. I thought... I should be wearing that helmet! In fact I made a recommendation to the other troop leaders that helmets should be recommended (maybe even required equipment). The leaders for the most part are 20-25 years younger than I, and for the most part are as agile as I once was, and my suggestion fell on deaf ears.
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    Long drive for a short hike this week.
    Kinda regretting it now, since I had time to go by an easily accessible arch or two, or another two arches and a waterfall, maybe even all 4 arches and the waterfall.
    It was very short. I checked out a new-to-me TH, so I'd be able to get in another dayhike or whatever, but had stuff to do, and actually felt pretty sated from visiting my #2 favorite waterfall, so headed on home.

    Sheltowee Trace to Lick Creek Trail to Princess and Lick Creek Falls.
    While I always find the falls striking, their #2 favorite position is not based strictly on their own merit. I love the Lick Creek Trail, the setting of the falls, the approach to the falls, everything.
    Wasn't much flow, but it's a great place. Hardly the same thing, but the color-streaked walls at the bottoms of the cliffs approaching, and under, Lick Creek Falls always make me think of Wall Street in the Zion Narrows, except that red/orange is the predominant color here.
    It quickly turned dark and overcast, which is to my liking.
    Then it rained all night, which is not

    The Big South Fork was running low.


    As was Lick Creek.


    Princess Falls


    Lick Creek Falls






    I love trails that follow creeks.




    Julie Lynn Falls on the Sheltowee Trace. It had no noticeable flow on the way in the day before.


    I like the little "waterfalls", too!


    The river was looking a lot different after the rain.

    ^^That was a prospective campsite, and just minutes from my car, but I stayed on the Lick Creek Trail, and slept to the sound of Princess Falls for 12+ hours.


    This is what Lick Creek Falls looked like on May 5 last year. It was memorable because Big South Fork had been closed due to COVID, and reopened on May 4. And May 5 is my birthday. Good timing!
    'Course it rained all day and night, then, too
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    Very nice pictures of pretty places, thanks for sharing.

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    Hazards of 6 night shifts per week. Last week, I woke up in the floor(next to the gear I was supposed to be packing) 6 hours after my usual departure time. It was the only night I've spent in my house this year...

    This week, I was kind of dragging, too, but got in one of my favorite quickies, an in/out of the Collins Gulf Trail at Savage Gulf State Natural Area/South Cumberland State Park in TN. May have tied or broken my sleepy time record at >14hrs, but not before visiting a couple of waterfalls, "sinks" where creeks go underground, and a spring that flows from a cave.
    Wonderful trail, with lots to see. Here's a taste of some "highlights", though much of the trail itself is rocky and beautiful.

    Suter Falls


    Horsepound Falls. The flow begins going underground right below the falls, then most of what remains disappears into another sink shortly afterwards.


    Fall Creek, just before it flows...


    ...into a sink.


    Schwoon Spring flows from a cave. Low ceiling, but you can go back into it for a couple of minutes before it turns into a duckwalk. Sometimes see salamanders and bats in there.


    The flow immediately goes underground upon exiting the cave.


    My fair weather shelter has gotten 3/4 of my use so far this year.


    Had to get a little bushcrafty with my saw and a fixed blade, coming behind some rain. With all the little stuff being used up, due to being in an established campground, I split up a bunch of wood other people had tried to burn, and left in the vicinity of the fire ring.
    The fire was shortlived, though. This is where I catch up on my sleep, after all!

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    Nice to see something other than snow on the ground! Thanks for sharing.
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    I'd like to get out in some snow, we just don't see much of that around here, and it's too far of a drive to get to any on a regular basis. Probably a good thing, since my favorite trails would be impassable, or slow and extremely dangerous, with much snow or ice present.
    They often close this particular trail in winter for that reason. I had to chop through some ice Thursday(that had gotten worse overnight) for a place to put my feet in one spot, as it was, and have had to belly crawl before, in spite of having microspikes and trekking poles, when a polar vortex brought subzero temps. Depending on where you are, that can be a 30-50ft fall or slide onto rocks in a creek below, with the trail as narrow as maybe 18".
    That spot is about half a mile from the TH.
    When I left, I saw where a dayhiker had signed the register, then signed out 35 minutes later, and immediately knew why!

    That waterfall in the first pic looked a bit different at 0F, with a piece of ice bigger than my truck in front of it.


    Even now, it's getting pretty sketchy under the overhangs, it's just not obvious until it's right in front of you.

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    Owen,
    Keep them coming, your pictures are beautiful!

    Please tell me about the ground cloth you use in this set up. It appears that the edges are raised so that any running water would go under it, or around it.

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    That's not a groundsheet, it's a $100 bill
    https://zpacks.com/collections/bathtub-groundsheets
    I have both the Solo and Solo Plus, and use the bathtub floors whenever I don't need bug netting.
    My friend gifted me the Solo Plus with the tarp, so it's almost new. Think he just used it a couple of times, and I've used it about 5.
    I've had the Solo for about 8.5 years, though, and used it for well over 200 nights. 1.0oz/yd cuben/DCF has proven quite durable in this role. Haven't even had to patch it after all that use.
    I've mostly used it as a groundsheet with a Tarptent Notch,


    ...and now with my MLD Solomid XL, whose design, like the Hexamid above, allows connecting the floor to the shelter at the corners, making it a suspended bathtub floor as long as the shelter isn't slammed all the way to the ground.

    Needless to say, I've been well pleased with it!

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    Thanks so much.
    Undoubtedly I've spent $100 on things less worthwhile.

    A really cool idea!
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    Fiery Gizzard, TN. This is gorge hiking at its absolute finest. Very challenging, but with a huge payoff.
    I could not adequately convey its beauty without making a coffee table book hundreds of pages long, much less in a forum post. Sometimes I stand in one spot, and gawk or take pictures in all directions. I've hiked this trail as an in/out, doing most of it twice(though usually taking the "Dog Hole" trail on the return, which cuts out the most brutal sections, while keeping most of the mileage) around a dozen times, and this was only the second time using a shuttle service to make it ~13.5 miles one-way.
    Constant cascades, drops and little waterfalls where the trail follows the creek. Rock shelters, walls, and formations, boulder fields, even a couple of caves you can wiggle into, and a natural arch, if you know where to look.

    Be advised, sissies!
    That easier Dog Hole trail splits off right here.


    It's not a joke, and the steep, muddy, slippery, rocky, off-camber places are much worse.


    Raven Point Arch showed no signs of recent visitation.


    The trail was rerouted awhile back. I love that it now goes up to Anderson Falls on the opposite side of its gorge(which has multiple cascades and smaller falls below, and a bridge for crossing).


    The reroute also includes Chain Falls.


    Yes, that is the trail




    If you slip, you get to go over Hummingbird Falls, just below...


    Finished up with a couple hours of night hiking, rather than hike out in the rain come morning, and have to deal with rain gear and a wet shelter. Saw a bobcat, a bat, and apparently, um...an alligator. Well, that's what Google said when I asked what animal's eyes glow red in the dark!

    Internet forum pet peeve:
    I keep telling people(who will probably never do more than *think* about hiking in the dark, anyway) that 50 lumens is plenty for rough terrain.

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    Worked 32hrs straight through my first off night last week, so didn't go anywhere but bed on my "weekend".
    This week found me back at Big South Fork NRRA, but this time on the western side, and in TN rather than KY.
    They had been hard hit by storms, with lots of trees down. The dirt/crushed gravel roads on the way in were mushy and slick in places, but had been partially cleared, at least enough for one vehicle at a time to get by.
    The trails had trees and debris in the way in several places, so I did a quickie route instead of my longer planned one, and got to work with my mini Corona pruning saw this morning-but only after getting 12hrs of sleep! I thought the forecast low was 38F, but it's easy to get mixed up when you're checking the weather in 4 different states. Either way, it hit mid to hi 20s.
    Guess it's a good thing I sleep so hot, since I'd exchanged my Palisade for the Katabatic Flex 40 in deference to the warm temps!

    Even a short hike can be an awesome one, especially at beautiful places like BSF.


    From a little rambling just off the trail:




    Needle Arch


    Unnamed(?) arch that's part of a little rock shelter.


    One of several spots I cleaned up this morning.
    Some dayhikers who followed me in yesterday turned around here, or at the rock downclimb just before, which had a little ice on it


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    Very nice Owen!!!

    Both the beautiful pictures, of frozen water falls, and the before and after of the trail you cleaned up.

    Thanks!
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    A little cleanup is the least I can do in exchange for open access to a place like this!

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    Part 1 of the trip I'm on is in the books.
    Hammered out a big part of Canyonlands in just 2.5 days. Epic as I thought my first trip there was, this one blows it away. Redid my favorites, along with hiking the trails(aside from going down Salt Creek) that I hadn't hiked before.
    Capped it off like I do every great adventure: sitting in a hotel doing laundry, and playing on the internet

    Said hotel does happen to be in Fruita, CO, and only 4.4 miles from the trailhead that leads to the 2nd largest concentration of natural arches in the world.
    Maybe that's just a coincidence...

    I haven't gone through all my pics, but here's a few.

    My routes:


    Druid Arch


    View of my favorite basin from the mouth of a crack/tunnel that connects two canyon systems. This canyon is one of all-time my top favorites. Funny I didn't take more pics, and just made videos, but I took plenty last time...


    From the Devil's Pocket, looking toward Devil's Kitchen.


    This section of narrow caverns, with a few cool obstacles and extra-tight squeezes, technically connects Chesler Park to the Joint Trail, but is often referred to by the latter name.


    The Peekaboo Trail is, IMO, the best trail in Canyonlands. Very rugged in places, steeply off-camber with exposure in others, and has unbelievable views in all directions. Guess that doesn't say much, since I just described everything at Canyonlands, but it's hard to relate with words or pictures, and I mostly took video.

    You go up and down, across and over stuff like this:


    Traverse things like this:


    Crawl through things like this:


    Drop from the end of things like this:


    All while viewing this in the distance:


    It's just a glorious hike.

    This ladder marks the last part of the descent to the Peekaboo Springs area, which accesses Salt Creek.


    I detoured through Lost Canyon otw out, as it was the only major trail in Canyonlands that I had not hiked, except for Salt Creek, which requires a shuttle from the bottom to be hiked in its entirety.
    Looking back into Lost Canyon. Topping out that climb, and the transition to Squaw Canyon, afterwards, was worth the extra mileage all by itself.


    Ready for part 2!
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    Just beautiful Owen!
    How many miles do you estimate that you hiked?
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    Well, as one UT resident told me, "there's miles, and there's 'Needles' miles'".
    As the crow flies, right at 36 official trail miles. Too bad I can't fly.
    Maybe 2 more of rambling, and checking out little side canyons...

    Just did ~16 in CO's Black Ridge Canyons Wilderness, checking out the Rattlesnake Arches(that was part 2). It's supposed to be a 14.4 mile hike, but I may have accidentally followed a trail of use down the wrong canyon for a little while.


    Looks like a bighorn visited me while I was sleeping last night.


    About to head back to UT for part 3 and 4

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    Owen,
    Yesterday my sister and I were discussing how beautiful our country is, and that there is no need to travel outside it's borders to see beauty. I pulled out my phone and shared your trips with her. up:

    I am looking forward to parts 3 and 4

    Did you place that little stack of rocks? And what does it signify?

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    No, I did not stack any rocks. That's a cairn, and they're used to mark routes in places where there's no visible trail, or the trail gets covered in snow, etc. They're the only thing that makes travel possible in a place like Canyonlands.
    Aside from that, stacks of rocks are eyesores that signify some emotionally retarded douchebag who wants to "leave their mark" left their spray paint at home...

    Anyway, part 3 was supposed to be another sunset at Delicate Arch(at nearby Arches NP), but the parking lot was packed, and I just went over to Broken Arch for some solitude.


    Part 4 was supposed to be some dayhikes in Capitol Reef NP, but I had an extra day from not doing Salt Creek in the Canyonlands Needles district. So I checked out the Island in the Sky district, which I had not visited before.
    Did a couple of very short dayhikes there, Upheaval Dome and Aztec Butte(with a side trip to some very old Native American granaries), visited several viewpoints, and Mesa Arch.
    Mesa Arch isn't much, but it's what they've got there...




    That made Capitol Reef part 5.
    First, I did a little 2mi roundtrip hike to Hickman Bridge.


    Then my favorite hike there, Cohab Canyon to the Frying Pan Trail to Cassidy Arch, which is ~8.5 miles r/t, plus whatever amount of screwing around I do going offtrail to look at stuff.
    Did that last 9 or so miles in my sandals, which didn't hurt my ravaged pinky toe, and am now even more interested in some 0 drop footwear.


    Cassidy Arch


    Caught a couple from a distance, but there were 4 bighorns who showed themselves briefly on a ridge above me. I saw 1 in spring, and another in the fall, of 2011, and haven't seen any since, so I was really fired up about getting to see them.
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    Worked 20 of the first 21 nights, plus several doubles, after coming back from UT, with a road trip to see my goddaughter play volleyball at college level for the first time accounting for that 1 off night, so I haven't gotten to play much.
    This week, we had warm weather followed by a 30F temperature drop, so I doubled on my 2nd off night, then called off for Thursday, so I could get some of those 20s.
    Heavy rain preceding the temperature drop killed one of my destinations, since swimming a flooding creek was not on my to-do list, but I got in a short loop hike in TN that I turn into something more adventurous by spending the bulk of my time off-trail. Then I headed to N. AL to the Walls of Jericho, a popular dayhiking/overnight backpacking destination with a 3.5 mile descent to a canyon that ends at a natural limestone amphitheater surrounded by cliffs with a waterfall hidden in a higher section behind that. The water flows through a "cave", and out other holes in the wall, to form the creek that the trail follows up the canyon. It's pretty cool.

    Several "firsts" this week.
    -Being Good Friday, and with temps rapidly warming, I met 58(!) dayhikers on the way out, after having the Walls of Jericho to myself last night and this morning. Holy crap. I don't see that many people in a year with my regular off nights.
    -Also did some more hiking in my sandals, since there's a water crossing right at the end. Leaving the sandals on after a crossing in sub-freezing temps was another first, as was getting to see my toes go from white to red to purple
    -Yesterday and today was also my first time hiking in actual 0 drop shoes(LOVE it), a pair of Altra Lone Peak 5s.
    -I had yet another one, yesterday, as I got a TICKET(warning, no fine this time) from a ranger for offtrail hiking. Grrr.







    Next one is as close as I got to the waterfall before being intercepted, escorted back to the trail, and having to endure a speech about how dangerous that gorge is, and how they have to rescue people from it
    Being my favorite obstacle course is the only reason I drop by there several times per year...


    Last 4 are from the Walls of Jericho.








    Figured I'd see how this went for 3 months.
    Over 2500 views, and only 1 participant, so I'm gonna call it quits on this one.
    There's a lot of beautiful places to see out there, folks.
    See ya!
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    Owen,
    I hope you don't bail on us. I love your adventures and pictures, in particular the ones with waterfalls.

    May I suggest that you include a flashlight in some of your pictures, and post them in a thread like this.

    https://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb...und-the-world-)
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    Wow- my first time seeing this one! Owen if you post on IG, YT or elsewhere, let us know. I know it’s work to post all this....


    Cool stuff. My daughter will come with us occasionally so not ready for super long or treacherous hikes. But we’d love to in a few years when she can stay alone or maybe after she is in college....

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    Quote Originally Posted by bignc View Post
    Wow- my first time seeing this one! Owen if you post on IG, YT or elsewhere, let us know. I know it’s work to post all this....
    Glad you enjoyed it.

    I just have a private Facebook page for friends, family, and coworkers that's almost strictly for sharing outdoor pursuits. Putting a few pics on here is simple enough, but youtube...talk about work(and time to have any kind of following!).
    I've made so many tutorials for problems and situations faced by hikers, backpackers, and bike mechanics that I've ended up just deleting, because it's not worth the effort for some anonymous channel that noone would likely look at.
    I don't even have a computer, right now; it's all pics from my phone, or downloaded from a P&S camera's built-in WiFi...

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