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Gulf Hagas

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It was a nice hike with many scenic vistas. Lots of waterfalls. It was a little tricky to find. If you drive up the road by the library and then by the airport you're well on your way there.
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Had a great time. Place is clean, Folks were very polite and helpful. We hiked and had a great time the views were amazing great place to bring kids and even dogs.
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Beautiful views and moderate trail, when you turn on to the dirt road to get there keep going until you reach the gate, it is a good 7 miles in. I would recommend bringing water shoes to cross the river as the rocks can be a bit slippery.
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Based on all the wonderful reviews, we tried to hike here. After 45 minutes of dirt roads, we came upon a private toll booth. We knew that some private property owners did indeed charge fees. We were okay with that. But the gatekeepers tried to charge us almost $30. It was
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It truly is as advertised, the Grand Canyon of the East. To get there you have to pay an entry fee on the dirt road, but it is only about $10 an adult. There are two main paths. One is on the AT and requires fording a shallow stream with water shoes (carry hiking boots around
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