Roadside Trail

Snake Hill Wildlife Management Area, West Virginia

Distance0.7mi
Elevation Gain228ft
Trailhead Elevation2,016ft
Top2,176ft
Elevation Min/Max2016/2176ft
Elevation Start/End2016/2016ft

Roadside Trail

Roadside Trail is a hiking trail in Monongalia County, West Virginia. It is within Snake Hill Wildlife Management Area. It is 0.7 miles long and begins at 2,016 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 1.3 miles with a total elevation gain of 228 feet. This trail connects with the following: Pipeline.

Roadside Trail Professional Reviews and Guides

"This popular area features many good 30- to 40-foot toprope routes, as well as a handful of well-protected leads. The climbs at Roadside Rocks are near vertical and tend to be fairly technical in nature. Classics include the four climbs through the Jimi Cliff (a.k.a. Sunset Wall) overhang (Routes 1–4) and The Arch (5.6), The Icon (5.5), Copenhagen (5.9), Wayward Penguins (5.10b), Organic Matter (5.5), Super Alloy (5.10c), Titanium Digits (5.10d), and Grunge Festivale (5.6)."

Roadside Trail Reviews

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Trail Information

Snake Hill Wildlife Management Area
Nearby City
Snake Hill Wildlife Management Area
Parks
Coopers Rock State Forest
Local Contacts

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Sep 2018