Leaf Peeping at Shenandoah: Photos (Part Two) 3
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On October 18, 2006, I visited Shenandoah National Park and hiked the Whiteoak Canyon trail. This is the second set of photos I took along the trail. (Click here to view the first set.)

All photos copyright 2006 by M. Scott Smith.

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About M. Scott Smith

M. Scott Smith is the founder and Editor of DCSki. Scott loves outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, kayaking, skiing, and mountain biking. He is an avid photographer and writer.

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Reader Comments

Terry
October 22, 2006
Scott,

Nice pictures. I live near the Shenandoah Park. Can see the mountains from the back yard. The colors were beautiful this weekend, at their peak I would say. One of the more colorful years we have had for a while. Next weekend will probably it for this year.
tromano
November 5, 2006
That is a really fun hike. Its about a 7.5 mile circuit up one canyon and down another. I was up there in early October and had a blast. It looks like Scott got better color than I saw though. -Tim
DCSki Reader
November 18, 2006
I don't hike like I use to, but this was one of my favorites because of the water falls. I did Old Rag earlier this year and although it was crowded as usual, it was a blast climbing over, under and through the rocks.

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