Handy guide to hiking Shenandoah National Park

December 5, 2012 · 0 minute read

Shenandoah NP in winter. View from Pignut Mountain. Credit: wikipedia.org

With 46 (and counting) titles to his name, Johnny Molloy might be the most prolific outdoors guidebook writer on the planet. If there’s an official statistic on the subject, I’m not sure where it resides. But I know Molloy has got to be in the conversation.

I profiled the Johnson City, Tenn.-based writer this past Sunday in my T-D Outdoors column. His most recent effort is called “Top Trails: Shenandoah National Park — Must-Do Hikes for Everyone.” It’s a great reference for experienced and newbie hikers alike and not a bad idea as a stocking stuffer for that mountains-loving someone on your Christmas list.