Luke, I really enjoyed watching you and " Trail Blazer". you guys are surely brothers, I never had a brother , but I have two sons and my boys are the same.really enjoyed your video, looking forward to more in the near future. Stay safe and hope to see you guys soon!Pugs
Hey Hey Carlton, thank you so much my friend. That trip was a ton of fun and I'm glad he was able to join me. He will definitely be in future videos. :)Take care brother. Be well.- Luke
Thank you so much for all of your videos! They definitely are one of the best sources to watch about backpacking in our backyard!!! Was wondering if you may be able to suggest somewhere for backpackers to camp along the Virginia Creeper Trail, we are planning on doing the whole thing at the end of this month, but cannot find any info about a good place to make camp. We are open to suggestion, anywhere on or near the trail or if you have a suggestion for a better place that is sort of easy since we are trying out some new gear and are wanting somewhere to really break it in :) THANK YOU for all of your awesome info and cannot wait to hear back from you!
Hey there Michael, how are you doing my friend?As for the Creeper, if you are looking to camp out I would recommend starting in Abingdon and walking to Damascus. From there it's only a few yards to the Appalachian Trail and you can camp very close to town. You could then either go back the way you came to Abingdon the next day or walk up to White Top (all up hill) on the Creeper. Once you are in Damascus (all the way to White Top) much of the surrounding lands are National Forest so you can camp anywhere you like. The section from Damascus to Abingdon is pretty much all private land so there isn't any places to camping out (unless you are going to Stealth Camp).Hope that helps my friend. Let me know if you have any further questions.- Luke