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All reviews great hike cedar run skyline drive lower falls strenuous hike the lower parking lot hiking shoes shenandoah national park day hike slippery rocks counter clockwise big waterfall watch your step beautiful falls well worth the effort canyon trail entrance fee
We did a loop from lower parking lot in Syria combining Cedar run and White Oak Canyon. We chose to do it clockwise, getting through tough climbing part (roughly 3.5 miles) first. Terrain is very rugged and some river crossings are not much but a...More
I would have given this hike at least a four star review, if it weren't for the stuck up bears. The bears here think they're better than everyone else and they expect preferential treatment. There are signs stating so. Bears, get a life and realize...More
Whiteoak Canyon has 6 major waterfalls in the stretch of about a mile and you can see nearly a dozen if combined with Cedar Run, though this is a tough circuit hike. We started on Cedar Run Trail and then hiked back up through Whiteoak...More
We hiked up the trail from the lower entrance to the lower falls. Nice trail with just enough rugged features, rocks and streams, to make it pleasantly challenging. Plan on getting wet feet if it has been raining.
On another day we drove to the...More
We did a loop combining White oak canyon and cedar run from parking on Skyline Drive. It’s very challenging, so don’t attempt full loop unless in good shape. Our 6 year old did it, but we saw lots of adults really struggling. Keep kids close...More
A nice hike that we did with our teens. You follow a stream down the mountain to a waterfall. You can travel all the way through to a different exit but as our car was parked at the beginning we hiked out the way we...More
The water was refreshingly very cool but it really took awhile of hiking down from Skyline Drive to be able to access some of the falls and water (other than a few small streams). Lots of rocks and length of hiking I assume rated this...More
This impressive trail takes you down 2,800 feet along a stream and into a canyon. As the canyon gets steeper, the stream hits increasingly larger waterfalls. There are at least a half dozen along the trail. The trail is densely wooded and the ground is...More