Type: Cabin Cabin Warming Hut, Rustic Cabins
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      Date Built: 2002
      Capacity: 12
      Distance from AT: 0.25 miles
      Water Source: Spring – 0.05 miles
      Description: Built between February and August 2002 by RATC volunteers with much
      help from the USFS, this shelter is a memorial to Scott Marshall Riddick. The location is
      steeped with history, being the homeplace of Henry Sarver as far back as the 1850s.
      There are several cabin ruins and a small cemetary below the old springhouse that serves
      as the reliable water source. The trail down to the shelter is very steep; a new one will be
      constructed during May and June of 2003. This shelter has a covered eating area, a lovely
      view, skylights and a ghost named “George.”
      https://www.ratc.org/shelter-listing/
      Let us know if any spirits awaken you in the night.
      https://www.onlyinyourstate.com/virginia/haunted-hike-through-virginia/
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      • By PlumbBobM TRAILFORKS HCH Map Team
      • #76955