ok, here it is...
print out this map and follow along
IF FR 75 is open...
Thursday night: park at Bear Rocks and follow TR522 (Bear Rocks trail) to the stream crossing just west of the TR526 (Dobbin Grade) junction. there is a great campsite here in a small pine stand, out of the wind and right near the water. it's a little over a mile from the parking lot and is mostly down hill.
Friday: hike west on TR522 and then continue west on TR521 (Raven Ridge). turn south at the junction with TR524 (Rocky Ridge) and enjoy the wonderful views from the large rock outcroppings. head east on TR553 (Breathed Mtn ) then continue south on TR514 (Red Creek). just prior to crossing Red Creek at the bottom of the hill, look on your left for a campsite, it's a small flat wedge along the water and a 20' high burm. there is a waterfall in the creek that is just awesome. this is about 11.5 miles.
Saturday: head south on TR514 crossing Red Creek and then crossing back at the junction of TR513 (Big Stonecoal). head north up (literally up) to the junction of TR554 (Rocky Point). follow Rocky Point around looking for a trail on the right hand side that goes up the hill to the peak of Breathed Mtn. enjoy the view of Red Creek and catch your breath :)
continue north on TR513 to TR511 (Blackbird Knob), you'll recognize this spot from the previous day. head east on TR511 passing the junctions of TR525, TR514 and TR509. drop down the hill (and over the log) and at the creek crossing at the bottom you will find several campsites. there is a good site on the island with plenty of room for tents and there is a great fire ring.
this isn't big mileage, just about 9.5, but i think it's enough since you will be atop Breathed Mtn exploring and relaxing longer than you think if the weather is nice.
Sunday: retrace your steps up the hill to TR 509 (Upper Red Creek) and then head east on TR526 (Dobbin Grade) to the junction with TR522 (Bear Rocks). follow this back to your cars. this is just under 5 miles and it's all up hill. a great way to finish off the weekend, mind the mud :)