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Humpback Rock Trail
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The trail leading up to Humpback Rock, a 45 minute hike from the Blue Ridge Parkway, a half-hour west of Charlottesville. This photo was taken on the way down, about 2 minutes from Humpback Rock. Photos taken with help from Tom Daly.

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Uploaded: 18/08/2011
Updated: 17/10/2014
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Tags: hike; blue ridge mountains; virginia; shenandoah valley; afton; waynesboro; charlottesville; albemarle county; nelson county; augusta county; humpback rock; appalachian trail; at; hiking; shenandoah national park
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