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Old 07-09-08, 05:42 PM   #11
Join Date: Oct 1998
Location: Atlanta, Georgia, USA
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Originally Posted by SuwaneeDawg View Post
It was tough enough doing the steep portions of Penitentiary Branch with a 50 lb pack. but somehow my bud and I hiked up faster than we hiked down. I still am perplexed by this.

Funny how that works. The last time I was there, I was so whipped from the downhill hike in that I was afraid the hike back up the trail might be too much for me (I was 52 or 53 at the time, and my pack was over 50lbs.) I considered taking the Jacks River Trail back to Dally Gap, instead of the Penitentiary Branch Trail. Did it anyway (after two nights), and felt good the whole way.

While we’re on the subject, heed ye this: No one should EVER take the Sugar Cove Trail.

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