My buddy and I climbed this mountain many many times through the years growing up. We learned to backpack and camp here. Back then there was only on occasion where you would be sharing it with another group. It has been sad to see how it changed over the years with abuse. It is still good to see that some people care and are striving to maintain it.
Hiked up here after staying the night in Pine Knob Shelter on a section hike of the AT with my wife. We had the Overlook all to ourselves, but it was almost completely fogged in. You could barely make out Greenbrier Lake and the valley below.