Saltville Cabins

Address: 105 Falling Rock Road, Saltville, Virginia, 24370, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 105 Falling Rock Road, Saltville.
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Travel Blogs from Saltville

Hiking the Grayson Highands

A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Jun 15, 2015

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AJ and Allison will so 2100 miles- we did 2- well, 4 round trip! We drove from Mt. Rogers National Recreation area to Grayson Highlands State Park. We stopped at the visitors centers at both areas. At Grayson Highlands we parked at Massey Gap and walked a couple of miles in on the trail. Despite being called Rhododendren Trail, the trail was covered with lovely pink mountain laurel and bright orange honeysuckle bushes. We walked in to see the wild ...

Meet the hikers

A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Jun 15, 2015

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We met up with AJ (our nephew) and Allison, who are hiking the Appalachian Trail. We had breakfast together at the Apple Tree Restaurant in Marion, and they told us all about their adventure on the trail. They are 1/4 of the way through and Virginia has the longest stretch of trail. They took a week off for AJ to collect his PHD diploma, then headed back on the trail. Their packs weigh about 40 pounds, and we watched as they reorganized them with ...

Trail Days

A travel blog entry by jwatson on May 17, 2015

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... multitude of hikers all together can be), while the further away you get from it, the noisier people are at night, culminating in an area with a huge bonfire pit where there's basically a constant party all night long. Jersey and I found a spot in the woods closer to the field than the bonfire and set up camp before heading to an "Italian feast" that was put on by One Way Ministries. One Way is, at least for Trail Days, a big group of churches from around the region that ...

Highlands and Lows

A travel blog entry by jwatson on May 05, 2015

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... A mouse ran over my hand in the night, which was my first mouse experience in a shelter, then the head light guy started reading his book again around 4:30 or 5 a.m. before getting up to loudly pack up all his stuff around 6 (he was a section hiker, which us thrus hold in disdain). I was regretting not hanging my hammock, but then I later talked to a guy who had tented at that shelter who said people talked until late, shined lights around all night and shook his tent with ...

Hostel Hopping and Marathon Marching

A travel blog entry by jwatson on May 01, 2015

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... at a hostel for the past three nights, I stayed there for a few reasons: the main one was that in the mail drop was a new suspension system for my hammock, and I needed a little time to swap it out with the old one. I also needed to do laundry, and it was supposed to drop to just below freezing that night (which it did), so it would be nice to be inside. If it had just been the latter two reasons, I would have done more miles that day, which is why it was so frustrating when the ...