Shenandoah National Park

Primitive cabin along the Appalachian Trail

This past weekend I, along with a group of guys, traveled for a “man weekend” of hiking and rustic cooking in the Shenandoah National Park. We stayed in a cabin just off the Appalachian trial with no electricity or running water. We had to hike in a bit and luckily there was no cell service to create a distraction. There are plenty of trails within the park and we hiked to two waterfalls, cooked on open flame, and enjoyed a bit of peace and quiet.

View from the cabin porch

Waterfall along the trail

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