This 7.9-mile hike features some of the best (and most plentiful) waterfalls in Shenandoah National Park. The week before, the area had received rain every day, so we knew it would be a great opportunity to see the waterfalls.
This 9-mile loop trail is one of my favorite hikes in Shenandoah National Park. There is such a variety of beauty for you to see, including many wildflowers.
There are many reasons to love this loop trail. The hike is moderately tough, but provides a variety of forest, river, and mountain viewpoints that make the effort worth it. It remains one of my favorite hikes in Shenandoah National Park.
The Tuscarora-Overall Run & Beecher Ridge loop trail was a solid hike, and a more manageable distance than the loop with Heiskell Hollow Trail, but we enjoyed the latter more.
It was an enjoyable loop trail with a variety of nature to observe – waterfalls, forest, wildflowers, mushrooms, ancient lava flows, and several viewpoints of Shenandoah Valley from the AT.
Although it doesn’t get featured often, Bear Church Rock it is a little gem in Shenandoah. I would recommend it to anyone who is looking for a challenge.
Although there are no mountain views, walking by the river for several hours is pleasant. It also is a good place to go if you want to camp in Shenandoah National Park.
It was a challenging hike with different types of woodland scenery and one lovely viewpoint of Shenandoah Valley from a waterfall overlook.
Although there are no mountain views on this trail, the forest and stream setting is beautiful.
Hiking South Dickey Ridge Trail and around Snead Farm loop provides both great exercise and wonderful opportunities for taking pictures of wildflowers, particularly at Snead Farm.