Mount Lyn Lowry Climber's Log

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rivergirl1 - Oct 24, 2011 8:53 pm Date Climbed: Oct 23, 2011

Waterrock to Lyn Lowry

We heard about this hike and went from Waterrock Knob (turn left at the second to last stone step)to Browning Knob and then to Lyn Lowry. Somebody has recently blazed with orange duct tape and the path is well worn. There's even a camping spot on the summit of Browning. After leaving Browning Knob, someone has blazed with orange and blue ribbon. There is red paint on many of the trees. We didn't have to do much bushwacking as we expected. Definitely one of my favorite hikes so far.


sprosseda - Oct 7, 2009 12:10 pm Date Climbed: May 1, 2005

Traversed whole Plott ridge  Sucess!

Did with my fiance. Got all the sixers (including Browning Knob) in one trip with this ridge hike. Huge cross on this summit. Lit up can be seen from all around at night.


Tbacon251 - Oct 7, 2008 8:47 am Date Climbed: Oct 10, 2008

Tough  Sucess!

Very tough hike. No real trail to speak of. A lot of bush-wacking through thick brush. Some rock to scrable (if you get "off trail"). This is a Sixer that if you make know that you have earned it!


mlandau3 - Apr 3, 2007 10:45 pm Date Climbed: Apr 3, 2007

Really Brutal  Sucess!

From the Waterrock Knob parking lot, we climbed Lyn Lowry and Plott Balsam. Coming back up to Lyn Lowry after climbing Plott was really steep (it was also steep descending, but a lot easier). This is actually a really fine hike, even though it's unmaintained.


e-doc - Jan 3, 2006 7:46 pm

Route Climbed: alternate, Date Climbed: Dec 13, 2002

Another off trail adventure. Parked car on Walker Rd (off US 23) and climbed Plott Balsam via a logging road up Winchester Creek then bushwhackstraight up. Rather steep.Found a recently dead dalmation on summit ridge, very strange! Hiked ridge over to LL, then bushwhacked down ridge back to car. Real neat to see cross lit at night.


Cortez - Jul 20, 2005 12:57 pm

Route Climbed: Via Waterrock Knob Date Climbed: May 21, 2005  Sucess!

Very difficult but rewarding trip.

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