Favorite fall trail?

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Leah Woody

The Monticello Trail winds past Michie Tavern and Carter’s Mountain Orchard on the way to the home of Thomas Jefferson.


Nick Noe

Humpback Rocks. It’s short but steep with a great 360-degree-view from the top.


Martha Evans

The Abrams Falls Trail in Great Smoky Mountains National Park is my annual fall hike.


Will Harlan

The Shut-In Ridge Trail amplifies autumn colors—especially black and blue (and often red).


Jedd Ferris

The Rip Rap Trail in Shenandoah National Park has sweeping valley views and colorful foliage.


Graham  Averill

Endless Wall Trail in the New River Gorge, W.Va. Spectacular scenery as the foliage turns.


Charles Leonard

I thoroughly enjoy the hike into Lane Stadium for the Virginia Tech/Virginia showdown.

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