Huckleberry Trail

Blacksburg, Virginia

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3 Reviews
3 out of 5
This absolutely gorgeous trail winds through plush pastures, quiet neighborhoods, and pocket woods in a region famous for its coal history. Spring is especially beautiful, with the blooming dogwood and redbud. Winter can be chilly, though occasional snow makes it an ideal cross-country skiing venue.
Rails To Trails: Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia

DESCRIPTION FROM:

Rails To Trails: Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia

by Barbara A. Noe (The Globe Pequot Press)

This absolutely gorgeous trail winds through plush pastures, quiet neighborhoods, and pocket woods in a region famous for its coal history.

Spring is especially beautiful, with the blooming dogwood and redbud. Winter can be chilly, though occasional snow makes it an ideal cross-country skiing venue.

© 2000 Barbara A. Noe/The Globe Pequot Press. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Birding, Cross-Country Skiing, Rail-Trails, Road Biking, Trail Running, Walking
Nearby City: Blacksburg
Distance: 5.75
Trail Type: Shuttle
Surface:
Skill Level: Easy
Best Times: Open year round
Additional Use: Skating
Accessibility: Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible
Local Contacts: Montgomery County Planning
Driving Directions: Directions to Huckleberry Trail

Recent Trail Reviews

10/5/2009
0

Very pretty trail with beautiful farmland scenery. At one point we came up to some young cows that were very friendly and came to meet us. A very pleasant experience overall, but it can be a little challenging to a novice with some of those hills. Definitely check it out if you're going to VTech or live in Blacksburg. Also a nice way to get to the mall in Christiansburg.


7/12/2009
0

its a good in town trail. Its also nice to use to go to the mall from Blacksburg.


8/6/2006
0

Started to bike this trail today from behind the New River Mall in Blacksburg... This trail is NOT FOR A NOVICE! We've biked the entire New River Trail twice and the Creeper Trail, and found them MUCH EASIER than this Huckleberry Trail... Lots of hills and climbing here!



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