Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa
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... We had to go only around 12 miles, but it was a special 12 miles, to an extent: we finished up our first state. About four and a half miles after the shelter we hit the border, which was marked with a small wooden sign that simply said "NC/GA." Even though finishing up Georgia is fairly meaningless -- it doesn't change how many more miles I have to do or anything -- it still felt fairly nice. I said good riddance to Georgia and it's many hills and continued into ...
It's amazing how much a difference music makes while hiking. The first day, I didn't listen to anything because I was going to do at least one day of "pure" hiking. The second day was rainy and so short that I didn't bother, and I couldn't find my ear buds on the third. After I found them on my hammock, I turned on some music before a big climb on the fourth day, and wow. It was crazy how much more energy and stamina it seemed that I ...
... other and hung out with everyone until dark. It was a very festive atmosphere with so many people there.
The last push to Neel Gap was both a great hike and pretty punishing. The day dawned clear and nice, which made for nice hiking, but it did get warmer, especially on the most challenging part: Blood Mountain. It was the steepest and highest section of trail so far, and it was decently challenging, especially with a pack. But it ended up being ...
... my own thing when I hike, so I was given the name Cruise Control (Cruise for short). Georgia was fun, but challenging. There were a lot of climbs where you think you would be at the top only to turn the corner and see that you still have a quarter mile of uphill to go. Needless to say I was thrilled when we crossed the border into North Carolina 2 days ago. It was ...
Woke up to another dreary day but it was warm. Biggest climb of the day was Blood Mountain. It went up about 1,000 feet but it wasn't too terrible going up, but going down was a different story. The climb down into Neels Gap was full of slippery rocks that made me lose my footing a couple of times. I planned on hiking past Neels Gap, but there is ...