Jomeokee Trail is a hiking trail in Surry County, North Carolina. It is within Pilot Mountain State Park. It is 0.6 miles long and begins at 2,230 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.4 miles with a total elevation gain of 145 feet. Near the trailhead there are viewpoints and restrooms. The trail ends near Pilot Mountain (elevation 2,411 feet).
Jomeokee Trail Professional Review and Guide
"Just a half-hour drive north of the city of Winston-Salem is a natural wonder jutting up from the earth. Pilot Mountain State Park’s namesake—the 200-foot-high monadnock (an isolated rock mountain)—is something impressive to see. While you cannot climb to its summit, the giant rock can be viewed from many vantages, including the two short loop trails described here. The Jomeokee Trail lets you completely circle the rock’s base and gaze up its massive cliff faces, while the Sassafras Trail lets you see the whole rock from a distance. The park, which comprises 3700 acres of woods, trails, rock outcrops, and rivers, includes the northern mountain section, plus two river sections surrounding the Yadkin River."
--Karen Chavez, Best Hikes with Dogs: North Carolina (The Mountaineers Books).
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