Strickler Knob Trail pink

Page County, Virginia

Elevation Gain246ft
Trailhead Elevation2,704ft
Elevation Min/Max2704/2772ft
Elevation Start/End2704/2704ft

Strickler Knob Trail pink

Strickler Knob Trail (pink) is a hiking trail in Page County, Virginia. It is within George Washington National Forest - Lee district. It is 0.7 miles long and begins at 2,704 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 1.5 miles with a total elevation gain of 246 feet. The trail ends near Strickler Knob (elevation 2,661 feet). This trail connects with the following: Massanutten Mtn Tr (orange).

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AMC's Best Day Hikes in The Shenandoah Valley (Appalachian Mountain Club Books)
Jennifer Adach and Michael R. Martin
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"Follow the rocky ridge of Middle Mountain to reach the dramatic prominence of Strickler Knob and its commanding view southward. When you’re ready to begin, look north across VA 211 from the trailhead parking lot. You should be able to spot a gate barring access to a grassy forest road and a white blaze in the shape of a lowercase i, almost like an information icon. You’ll see this distinctive blaze along trails in the Massanuttens. These particular white blazes mark Massanutten Connector Trail as it heads north to rendezvous with orange-blazed Massanutten Trail. At first, Massanutten Connector Trail follows a grassy old road grade, but after 1.1 miles, it leaves this road on the left and becomes more of a footpath. When there are few or no leaves on the trees, you should be able to look ahead and make out the distinctive shape of Strickler Knob on your right. To your left is the ridgeline of Waterfall Mountain." Read more

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Trail Information

Page County
Nearby City
George Washington and Jefferson National Forests, Lee Ranger District (; 540-984-4101)
Local Contacts
Map G: Trails in the Massanutten Mountain—North Half, Signal Knob to New Market Gap (PATC)
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Dec 2018