Backpacking Trails in Virginia
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Backpacking Trails in Virginia

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3 - 44 mi
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Virginia has 21 backpacking trails. These trails range from 3.1 to 44 miles in length. The most popular trails are Mount Rogers Summit, Riprap Trail and Mount Pleasant. Trails.com member Thomas B. recently completed Rockytop.
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Climb—and then climb some more—for this epic hike filled with great views and even some ...
This series of trails crosses some of the park’s more strenuous, pristine, and inspiring ...
Dispense with the suspense right off: This 5,729-foot monolith of volcanic rock—third ...
Stephens Trail (yellow) is a hiking and biking trail in Shenandoah County and Page County, ...
There are two types of Virginia hikers: those who have visited St. Mary’s Wilderness and ...
Treasure the expansive view of the Blue Ridge Mountains from Mount Pleasant’s westward ...
The 12.5-mile Stone Mountain Trail begins with the long climb from Cave Springs. The tall ...
Pine Mountain Trail traces a razor’s edge along the Virginia-Kentucky border. You’re walking ...
The unofficial capital of the “Hunt Country” of Virginia, Middleburg was first known as ...
The southern Shenandoah may be about as close to a backpacker’s paradise as you can get ...
If you were going to do only one backpacking trip in Shenandoah National Park, this is ...
Rocky Mountain Trail is a hiking trail in Rockingham County, Virginia. It is within Shenandoah ...
Situated on the south bank of the Potomac River is the second smallest county in the United ...
This long loop has it all—widespread panoramas, human history, waterfalls, wild?owers, ...
Hiking along the balds of the Grayson Highlands, you’ll find yourself surrounded by sweeping ...
Connect the dots between some of the most popular vistas of the Appalachian Trail (AT) ...
This eTrail was written for travelers along the Lewis and Clark Trail. Inside you'll ...
Along the border between Virginia and West Virginia, the knobs stand higher, the drafts ...
Enjoy a quick jaunt walking along the ridge that defines the border between Virginia and ...
If Mount Rogers’s summit is the heart, Iron Mountain is the backbone of southwest Virginia’s ...
This is a ruggedly beautiful all-day hike (or backpack) on Rockytop’s ridges, crossing ...
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