Crabtree Falls Milepost 272

Tyro, Virginia

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One of the South’s best waterfall walks also has barrier-free access. This Crabtree Falls isn’t the last cataract you’ll encounter with that name while driving south on the Blue Ridge Parkway. This Virginia hike is in George Washington National Forest. The second is actually a Blue Ridge Parkway trail—a strenuous 2.5-mile hike in North Carolina at Milepost 339.5. This Crabtree Falls isn’t the last cataract you’ll encounter with that name while driving south on the Blue Ridge Parkway. This Virginia hike is in George Washington National Forest. The second is actually a Blue Ridge Parkway trail—a strenuous 2.5-mile hike in North Carolina at Milepost 339.5.

Crabtree Falls (Milepost 27.2) Professional Review and Guide

"One of the South’s best waterfall walks also has barrier-free access. This Crabtree Falls isn’t the last cataract you’ll encounter with that name while driving south on the Blue Ridge
Parkway. This Virginia hike is in George Washington National
Forest. The second is actually a Blue Ridge Parkway trail—a
strenuous 2.5-mile hike in North Carolina at Milepost 339.5.

This Crabtree Falls isn’t the last cataract you’ll encounter
with that name while driving south on the Blue Ridge Parkway. This Virginia hike is in George Washington National Forest. The second is actually a Blue Ridge Parkway trail—a strenuous 2.5-mile hike in North Carolina at Milepost 339.5."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Tyro
Distance: 2.6-6 miles
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Moderate to Difficult
Features: Waterfalls
Local Maps: USGS Montebello and Massies Mill; Appalachian Trail Conference: Pedlar Ranger District, George Washington National Forest; no Parkway map
Driving Directions: Directions to Crabtree Falls (Milepost 27.2)

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8/24/2017
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a steep incline but well worth it the drive to it was nice also coming back up wasn't too bad just take it at a slow even pace



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May 2018