Here is a set of photos from another section of the A.T. near Blacksburg. This is the southernmost portion of a continuous section of the A.T. I have hiked into Maryland.
This section's highlight landmark is the 300 year old Keffer Oak, shown below in the 2nd photo. Some say it is the largest oak on the entire A.T. Others say one in New York is larger. Still others say they are each about equal.
The hike started on Virginia Route 630, where there is parking for about 6 cars. It ended at a larger parking lot on Virginia Route 621. The hike was 10.4 miles long, was hiked in just under 4.5 hours, plus about an hour stopped. Minimum elevation: 1535 feet. Maximum elevation: 3522 feet.
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