Comers Creek Falls

Troutdale, Virginia

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Comers Creek Falls is well visited due to its great location astride the Appalachian Trail. Virginia has the most Appalachian Trail miles of any state—540, give or take. Comers Creek Falls is in southwest Virginia, lying within the confines of Mount Rogers National Recreation Area. The Comers Creek Falls Trail leaves the Smyth–Grayson County line and drops down into the steep valley of Comers Creek past the Iron Mountain Trail (the recreation area’s other long-distance hiking trail, in addition to the AT) to intersect the Appalachian Trail. To access the actual falls, hikers must continue on the AT for 0.2 mile.

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"Comers Creek Falls is well visited due to its great location astride the Appalachian Trail. Virginia has the most Appalachian Trail miles of any state—540, give or take. Comers Creek Falls is in southwest Virginia, lying within the confines of Mount Rogers National Recreation Area. The Comers Creek Falls Trail leaves the Smyth–Grayson County line and drops down into the steep valley of Comers Creek past the Iron Mountain Trail (the recreation area’s other long-distance hiking trail, in addition to the AT) to intersect the Appalachian Trail. To access the actual falls, hikers must continue on the AT for 0.2 mile."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Troutdale
Distance: 1.2
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Season: Year-round
Features: Waterfalls
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: Grayson Highlands State Park

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Jun 2018