10 Best hiking trails in Virginia!

Old Rag Mountain: Located in Shenandoah National Park, Old Rag is a popular and challenging hike known for its rocky terrain, panoramic views, and rock scrambling sections.


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McAfee Knob: Another iconic trail in the Roanoke area, McAfee Knob offers stunning views of the Catawba Valley and is one of the most photographed spots on the Appalachian Trail.


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Hawksbill Mountain Trail: This moderate hike in Shenandoah National Park leads to the highest peak in the park, offering breathtaking views from the summit.

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Great Falls Park: Just outside of Washington, D.C., this park features several trails with scenic overlooks of the Potomac River and its dramatic waterfalls.


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White Oak Canyon Trail: This trail in Shenandoah National Park takes you through lush forests, past several waterfalls, and offers the opportunity to cool off in swimming holes.


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Shenandoah National Park's Skyline Drive: While not a single trail, this scenic drive offers access to numerous overlooks and trailheads with varying levels of difficulty and stunning views.


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Devil's Marbleyard Trail: Located in the George Washington and Jefferson National Forests, this unique hike takes you to a large field of exposed boulders known as the Devil's Marbleyard.

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Crabtree Falls Trail: This is one of the tallest sets of waterfalls east of the Mississippi River, with a well-maintained trail that offers different viewing platforms.

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Grayson Highlands State Park: Home to the wild ponies, this park has multiple trails with amazing views and unique alpine-like ecosystems.

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Appalachian Trail in Virginia: Virginia has a significant portion of the Appalachian Trail running through it, offering a wide range of hiking experiences. Hiking a section of this famous trail is a must for many hikers.

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