Tag: old rag mountain

Oh Shenandoah

It’s been a warmer year than usual and autumn colors are slow to show themselves. Visiting Shenandoah National Park in my perennial trip with my hiking friends from the Mountain Club of Maryland, I brought a photographer friend and we arrived early to enjoy the scenery. My true […]

Climbing up a Mountain

Once again the mountains of Shenandoah National Park in Virginia were calling my name. Indeed, one in particular – Old Rag Mountain beckoned me even more. A perennial favorite of the Mountain Club of Maryland a group of us headed out to Virginia for an autumn hike. I […]

Climb a Mountain with Me

Grab your hiking shoes and trekking poles and come climb Old Rag Mountain with me. A granite faced mountain found in Shenandoah National Park in Virginia. Well-known for its boulder scramble that is traversed to reach the summit Old Rag Mountain beckons hikers from near and far. Not for the faint hearted, hiking the […]

Off to the Mountains!

This morning I’m heading on a short road trip to the Shenandoah National Forest. Enjoying the fall colors today and wildlife abound at dusk. Tomorrow I’ll be hiking Old Rag Mountain, then a leisure return home at the end of the week. The mountains are fabulous as I’ll […]