Knob Mountain Trail is a hiking trail in Page County, Virginia. It is within Shenandoah National Park. It is 3.2 miles long and begins at 2,549 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 6.5 miles with a total elevation gain of 1,834 feet.
Knob Mountain Trail Professional Review and Guide
"This full-day hike leads into the wilderness surrounding Jeremys Run. If you are a wilderness buff, this one’s for you. You could also make this a back-packing trip, camping at the bottom of Jeremys Run. The trails meander through thedesignated wilderness areas of Knob Mountain and Jeremys Run. There is a great view from Knob Mountain, and this hike is a long, beautiful trek into the heart of Shenandoah National Park.Begin by descending south on the Appalachian Trail at the brown signpost at the bottom level of the Elkwallow Picnic Area. Lush grasses line the trail in this forest of tall trees. Soon the path winds by a water pipe on the left. After about 0.3 mile, you encounter a cement post. Stay straight on the Jeremys Run Trail (blue blazes). Descend through a mature, open forest of oaks and maple—the squirrels love it here!"
--Bert & Jane Gildart, Hiking Shenandoah National Park (Falcon Guides).
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