Cross County Trail Northbound

Dave, the Camo Pants Hiker, hikes from Miller Heights Road in Oakton VA north to Vale Road in early December 2014 via Fairfax County's Cross County Trail.....


Me, your Camo Pants Hiker, hikes Fairfax County VA's Cross County Trail from Vale Road in Oakton, northbound to Lawyers Road and to Twin Branches Road in Reston. In November and December 2014.....


Me, your Camo Pants Hiker, hikes north on Fairfax County VA's Cross County Trail in the Oakton area from Vale Road to Gabrielson Gardens Park on a hot afternoon in August 2015. I check out a mysterious ruined dam on the Difficult Run stream and deal with a pair of "wild" dogs.....


Dave, the Camo Pants Hiker, hikes in November and December 2014 from Twin Branches Road in Reston northbound on Fairfax County VA's Cross County Trail to the Washington & Old Dominion Trail, across Hunter Mill Road, and north toward the Dulles Toll Road in the Vienna area.....


Me, your friendly Camo Pants Hiker, hikes Fairfax County VA's Cross County Trail near Vienna on two different days. The first part is on August 9, 2015, when I go from the Washington & Old Dominion Trail near Hunter Mill Road in a northbound direction. At the 19:28 mark on the video, I continue the hike to the bridge just south of the Dulles Toll Road on July 3, 2015 with my mushroom hunting friend Mark.....


Dave, the Camo Pants Hiker, hikes from a stream bridge near the Dulles Toll Road north to Route 7 via Fairfax County VA's Cross County Trail in December 2014.....


Me, your Camo Pants Hiker, hikes Fairfax County VA's Cross County Trail and the Rails To The River Trail, also known as the Difficult Run Trail, from Colvin Run Mill and Route 7 east to Old Dominion Drive in Great Falls. On two beautiful days in late March and early April 2015.....


Me, your Camo Pants Hiker, hikes from Old Dominion Drive in Great Falls VA to mile 0.0 on the Potomac River via the Fairfax County Cross County Trail, also known as the Difficult Run Trail and the Rails To The River Trail. Through the southern part of Great Falls National Park on a gloriously sunny and brisk mid-January 2015 morning.....


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