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We arrived before daybreak, took trail behind visitor center, once sun came up we were above the clouds, only peaks poking through, it was surreal. We stayed there until the VC opened and then off to the highest peak in VA. We enjoyed the rock...More
We did this to visit Virginias high point. Great hike, moderately strenuous for fit adults . I recommend starting at Massie Gap parking area and going up through Rhodedendron Trail to Appalachian Trail to summit. That starting point brings you through meadows where the wild...More
I hiked Mt. Rogers this week from the Elk Ridge and on to Mt Rogers. The weather was cool and I was with my Yellow Lab. Trail is uphill and for a few miles is narrow and rocky. Dogs will need some foot protection due...More
Stayed here for four days hiking and fishing. The entire area offers mountain views, wooded glades, waterfalls, and numerous trails both long and short distance. Suggest coming during the week as weekends are very crowded.
This is a great camping spot close to the popular and highly recommended Virginia creeper trail and that's exactly how we planned it.
The area is very scenic and the campgrounds are good. Although the site where we camped didn't have tent pads that made...More
Beautiful moderate hike. Section we took was rated difficult 12 mile round trip, more like easy to moderate 13 miles. Only draw back was markers didnt have mileage and trail blazes weren't marked well.
Scenery was fantastic, got to see the wild ponies which made...More
I hiked Mount Rogers on a chilly November morning and really enjoyed it. The variety of terrain was fascinating and the trail was crowded enough that I felt safe as a solo hiker, but not too crowded. The peak of Mount Rogers isn't want you...More
This might be the easiest high point trek ever - very little steep climbing, mostly just gentle inclines with spectacular views the entire way. It took us about 2 1/4 hours to reach the high point, and that includes wandering around trying to find the...More
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Absolutely. A paved road leads down to picnic area, down to horse stables and up the mountain to visitors center. While some of the most breathtaking views are along trails in the park, one of the best, most expansive views... More
Absolutely. A paved road leads down to picnic area, down to horse stables and up the mountain to visitors center. While some of the most breathtaking views are along trails in the park, one of the best, most expansive views is found upon entering the park, from a viewing/parking area on the side of the road. Very peaceful place.