Trailheads Reopening

The National Forest Service has announced it is reopening many trailheads and access points to the Appalachian National Scenic Trail on May 22.According to a release, trailheads for the A.T. will reopen in the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests in Georgia, , Cherokee National Forest in Tennessee and George Washington and Jefferson National Forests in Virginia.The reopening affects popular trailheads such as Mount Rogers Recreation Area near Damascus, Va., Carvers Gap on Roan Mountain, the Laural Falls area in Hampton, Tenn. and Jones Meadows in Greene County, Tenn.Virginia’s Triple Crown, including the Dragon’s Tooth trailhead, will remain closed.