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  • Yaccr’s Run trail is a more difficult hike with stream crossings and some short steep climbs.  The well marked trail winds around the recreation area in the hollows and on the small ridg...

  • The Fortney Loop Trail descends about 200 feet to Lake Moomaw across from the Fortney Branch Boat Launch, about one mile from trail’s beginning at the south end.  The trail is well marked with a gr...
  • This trail connects Campground 1 with the Loop trail, and offers easy access to the Grouse Point Overlook....
  • From falls to ridge tops, this circuit offers the hiker a pleasant walk with a moderate challenge. The circuit is comprised of four separate trails, including the well known Appalachian National Sceni...
  • The Shenandoah Mountain Trail is a 23.7-mile remote, backcountry trail which winds through the ridges of the Shenandoah Mountain Range. The trail, built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Co...

  • The Cold Springs Trail is a 2.2-mile trail that descends steeply from the North Mountain Trail, near Elliot Knob, to the Cold Springs Road. It is the route used to reach the fire lookout tower which w...
  • The North Mountain Trail offers hikers an opportunity for solitude and spectacular views as it winds its way along the Great North Mountain. This 14.5-mile trail, though steep in places, is suitable f...
  • The popular Franklin Nature Trail is an excellent way to get a sampling of nature in the Northwoods. The self-guiding brochure provided at the trailhead will guide you through northern hardwood, pine,...
  • This trail connects the trailhead located at Campground 3 with the Greenwood Point Campground. Access to the Greenwood Point Campground can be accomplished only by foot or boat travel.

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  • The Potomac Trail travels through a variety of forest types and follows the edges of some of the numerous ponds in the area. This relatively flat trail has a primitive natural tread and traverses occa...
  • From wild ponies to majestic mountain top views, the hike traverses some of the most beautiful scenery in the Mount Rogers NRA. Hiking onsome of the longest and most popular trails, including the exte...
  • Ambitious hikers can tackle the 58 miles of Appalachian Trail that traverse the Pedlar Ranger District. Established in the 1920's, the Appalachian Trail is a public footpath managed by the Forest S...

  • This trail connects with the Fee Booth Spur Trail on the east end and with the Islands Overlook Trail on the west end, before dropping into the quiet and scenic Sugar Hollow. Several small bridges add...
  • Storybook Trail is a 0.4 mile paved interpretive trail that is suitable for wheelchairs and strollers however the parking lot is not accessible and help might be needed to reach the trail....
  • This circuit hike links portions of the Appalachian and Iron Mountain trails including a beautiful section along Whitetop- Laurel creek and strinking views of Whitetop Mountain and Mount Rogers....
  • The Falls of Rorland's Creek is the main attraction of this circuit , but the entire trail offers challenge and striking scenery including rushing mountain streams, thick stands of giant rhododendron ...
  • This trail generally parallels the paved campground access road and connects Campgrounds 2 and 3 with the beach, amphitheater, Bolar Mountain Picnic Area and the Loop Trail....
  • The trail starts in Raven Cliff campground and follows Cripple Creek until ending at the remains of the old Raven Cliff Iron Furnace....
  • This trail segment connects Campground One with the Loop Trail....
  • Signal Knob is the northern peak of Massanutten Mountain in the Ridge and Valley Appalachians with an elevation of 2,106 feet (642 m).[1] It is located in George Washington National Forest in Shenando...
  • This trail segment connects the Loop Trail with the Islands Overlook and Sugar Hollow Trail....
  • The trail parallels Hurrican Creek for about half a mile. There are two wooden bridges to cross. After leaving the creek, the trail ascends to Hurricane Knob and into a beautiful forested area. The tr...
  • Formerly known as the Pompey/Mt. Pleasant Trail, this 4.8 mile loop was renamed in honor of Henry Lanum, a dedicated Appalachian Club Member who spent many hours maintaining trails.  The trail climbs...
  • The main attraction to this short little trail is the small waterfall on comers Creek. It is also a beautiful trail becaue of the forest through which it winds.

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  • This short lop trail circles the picturesque Hale Lake, a popular fishing spot. Except for anglers in season, the trail is rarely visited, providing an opportunity for solitude. The winds in and out o...
  • This trail connects the trailhead located at Campground 3 with the Greenwood Point Campground. Access to the Greenwood Point Campground can be accomplished only by foot or boat travel....
  • From falls to ridge tops, this circuit offers the hiker a pleasant walk with a moderate challenge. The circuit is comprised of four separate trails, including the well known Appalachian National Sceni...
  • This trail segment connects the fee both to the Loop Trail and Sugar Hollow Trail....
  • Discovery Way is a 0.2 mile paved trail that is accessible to wheelchairs and strollers.Woodstock Tower Trail, Lee Ranger District....
  • This trail 0.6-mile, dirt-surfaced loop trail offers a narrative for making charcoal, a process that was essential to the operation of the Elizabeth Furnace. This trail has steep sections that are roc...
  • This trail connects Campground 1 with the Loop trail, and offers easy access to the Grouse Point Overlook.

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  • Big Schloss is a peak in the Great North Mountain range of the Ridge and Valley Appalachians, with an elevation of 2,964 feet (903 m). The peak is located in George Washington National Forest on th...

  • Jerry's Run Trail begins at FDR69 in a forest clearing and follows a well-used four wheel-drive road down to Jerry's Run. The trail crosses Jerry's Run and follows the creek, crossing it eight (8) ...

  • North River Gorge Trail is a scenic, 4.2-mile trail that winds between Lookout and Trimble Mountains, crossing the North River nine times. The trail is easily accessible and can be hiked at a leisu...

  • The Wild Oak Trail is a 25.6-mile (41.2 km) National Recreation Trail located in the Ridge-and-Valley Appalachians in Central Virginia. It is part of George Washington National Forest. The tra...

  • This trail 0.3-mile, dirt-surfaced loop trail  circles the ruins of the Elizabeth Furnace, an 18th century blast furnace used in the production of pig iron.  Signs along the trail describe the opera...
  • The Crabtree Falls Trail features a series of five cascades and a number of smaller ones that fall a total distance of 1,200 feet. Please be aware that this is a fee area. ...
  • Blue Suck Run Trail is a moderately difficult hike with many easy stream crossings.  The trail begins at the back gate in the recreation area and follows Blue suck Branch upstream to FDR 271A.  The ...
  • The Appalachian National Scenic Trail is a public footpath across over 2,000 miles of Appalachian Mountain ridgelines from Maine to Georgia. A beautiful section of this trail is located in the Moun...

  • a circuit hike near Hurricane Campground.

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  • At highest point Patterson Mountainis only 2250’ in elevation, but it offers good views of Price Mountain, Bald Mountain, Potts Mountain, and Richpatch Mountain. Mixed hardwood and pine forest with ...
  • The Virginia Highlands Horse Trail extends from Elk Garden west of Mount Rogers and travels through the High Country before dropping down to Fairwood Valley and passing by Fox Creek Horse Camp. The tr...
  • Heading west out of the Shenandoah Valley into the Allegheny Mountains reveals the towering white pines and hemlocks of the George Washington and Jefferson National Forest. As the mountains rise to me...
  • The North Mountain Trail offers hikers an opportunity for solitude and spectacular views as it winds its way along the Great North Mountain. This 14.5-mile trail, though steep in places, is suitabl...

  • Hiking the Bennett's Run History Trail:

    Self-guided interpretive trail on the local history of Bennett's Run. Trail has aggregate surface with limited accessibility.

  • Trail Description:
    Lion's Tale National Recreation Trail is an interpretive trail for the visually impaired, which is universally accessible. The Lions Club of Virginia sponsors this ...

  • Trail Description:
    This short easy trail loops along the west side of the campground, suitable for casual strolls and easy mountain biking. There is nearly no elevation change. The tre...

  • This trail lies within an 1825 acre Special Management Area (SMA). To become an SMA, an area must possess unique values requiring special management. For this particular area that means only basic ...

  • Lower loop offers easy walk through mixed forest, with numerous creek crossings. Side trail leads ½ mile to site of old saw mill. Upper loop rovides more strenuous hike to top of Pine Mountain (eleva...
  • This trail system offers sixty miles of riding opportunities for ATVs and motorcycles (snowmobiles in the winter) in Price County. Highlighted by rolling terrain, tree-lined corridors, wooden bridges,...
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