Overall Run Falls and Twin Falls

Bentonville, Virginia 22610

Overall Run Falls and Twin Falls

Overall Run Falls and Twin Falls Professional Review and Guide

"Overall Run is Shenandoah’s highest falls. The cataract is complemented with a grand vista—and a warm-up fall along the way. Start with a pleasant mountaintop stroll on the Appalachian Trail, and wend your way down the slopes of Hogback Mountain, crossing many flats. Pass wide Twin Falls, and then come to Big Falls. From a rocky precipice, you can see the nearby cataract and a whole lot more in the distance."

Overall Run Falls and Twin Falls Reviews

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9/29/2007
TONS of people here...from the more experienced hikers to families with, like, 12 kids. there are some incredible views and just getting there is a delight thanks to skyline drive. it's just so crowded that hiking around people can be a pain. it IS one of those hikes that you simply must go on when you move to virginia...and then you can move on to bigger and better hikes. :)
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11/25/2006
Whiteoak Trail (starting at Skyline Dr.)was an awsome experience. Trail is very easy for the first 2 miles - slow downgrade "walk in the park" type of trail. However, the elevation change increases rapidly after the first water fall overlook. The footing is rocky, muddy, and water was actually flowing down the side of the mountain and over the trail. The one mile stretch between the upper falls and the lower falls is a challenging section going down and back up. The trail is visited by a large number of hikers starting from both ends of the trail. It is clearly marked, and easy to follow.
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6/29/2004
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Trail Information

Bentonville
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
6.8
Distance
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Difficult
Skill Level
Year-round
Season
Waterfalls
Features
George Washington National Forest
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Jul 2018