10 Trails In Virginia

Hiking in Virginia is no small task. First, there's the selection process to determine what terrain you're looking for: mountains, streams, beaches, marshlands, or craggy rocks.

With 8+ miles of uphill steep trails and more than one rock scramble, Old Rag is not for the faint of heart or weak of knees.

1. Old Rag Mountain Trail, Shenandoah National Park, Madison

Crabtree Falls is a series of cascading waterfalls approximately 1,200 feet, making them the highest vertical drop waterfall east of the Mississippi.

2. Crabtree Falls Loop, Montebello

3. White Oak Canyon Trail, Shenandoah National Park, Skyland

4. Scott’s Run Nature Reserve, McLean

5. The Virginia Creeper Trail, Abingdon to Whitetop

. 6. Cape Henry Trail, First Landing State Park, Virginia Beach

7. James River Park Trails, Richmond

8. Belfast Trail to the Devil’s Marbleyard, Natural Bridge Station

9. Blue Suck Falls Trail and Tuscarora Overlook, Douthat State Park, Millboro

10. Birch Knob Observation Tower and Trail, Dickenson County (near Clintwood)

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