Devil's Marbleyard

Natural Bridge, Virginia 24578

Devil's Marbleyard

Devil's Marbleyard Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"Very atypical for Virginia, these giant marble boulders look like they’ve been imported from the Andes or the Himalaya.

You’ll hardly believe your eyes as you emerge from the forest to scramble up this gigantic boulder field, filled with marble rocks sometimes as large as cars or buses.

From the parking lot, cross a bridge over Belfast Creek to begin hiking in on blue-blazed Belfast Trail. Initially, the trail is wide, flat, and sandy. Pass by the stone foundations and ruins of an old summer camp, intersect and cross over Glenwood Horse Trail, cross a creek or two, and then intersect once again with the horse trail at 0.2 mile."

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Trail Information

Natural Bridge
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
3.2
Distance
1,073 feet
Elevation Gain
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Moderate
Skill Level
2-3 hours
Duration
George Washington and Jefferson National Forests, Glenwood & Pedlar Ranger Districts (www.fs.usda.gov/main/gwj; 540-291-2188)
Local Contacts
Trails Illustrated: Lexington/Blue Ridge Mountains, George Washington and Jefferson National Forests, Map 789 (National Geographic)
Local Maps

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Dec 2018