Strickler Knob Climber's Log

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Buz Groshong

Buz Groshong - Oct 28, 2013 11:37 am Date Climbed: Oct 27, 2013

Very Scenic  Sucess!

We did an out and back from the parking area alongside US 211 where the Massanutten East trail used to cross.

tbaranski

tbaranski - Sep 6, 2012 4:16 pm Date Climbed: May 3, 2012

One of the best  Sucess!

Do a loop via Duncan Knob for an added bonus. Great hike.

Hagen

Hagen - Aug 25, 2012 12:05 am Date Climbed: Aug 24, 2012

Hazy day.  Sucess!

I hiked today via the Scothorn Gap trail. Conditions were very hazy, visibility barely enough to make out the Blue Ridge across the valley. The scramble was fun, and I didn't see a soul on the trail all day.
There's good bouldering to be had, but I think the limestone cliffs are a little too rotten to set anchors or protection. Some areas looked like they were only a few freeze/thaw cycles away from dropping en-masse. Be careful.

hightinerary

hightinerary - Aug 9, 2011 11:10 am Date Climbed: Jan 9, 2011

Duncan plus Strickler   Sucess!

I climbed it along with Duncan Knob. A fun ridge scramble.

CheesySciFi

CheesySciFi - Feb 9, 2009 7:55 pm Date Climbed: Jan 1, 2008

My first hike in 2008  Sucess!

I hiked to Strickler Knob on New Year's Day up the Scothorn Gap Trail. It was about 30 degrees F and pretty windy. The views were spectacular in all directions.

gkaufman

gkaufman - Feb 9, 2009 12:41 pm Date Climbed: Jan 17, 2009

Cold..Cold.. VERY cold.  Sucess!

Opted to summit Strickler Knob via the Scothorn Gap Trailhead due to the frigid temperatures, wasn't sure how warm I would be. It was about -2 degrees F when I started out and there was not a soul around for the entire hike. The scrambling was fun but really short and the views of the Luray Valley are absolutely amazing. A great secluded hike that is relatively new as well.

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