Hiking

Shenandoah National Park covers the rolling, tree-topped terrain of Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains. There are over 500 miles of hiking trails here, along with what many say is the most scenic stretch of the Appalachian Trail.
Shenandoah National Park Hiking

Skyline Drive trailheads connect with the Appalachian Trail and lead to hidden waterfalls, sylvan hollows, and granite peaks. Many of the best hikes in Shenandoah National Park have trails that evoke the call of the wild – Fox Hollow, Hawksbill Summit, Dark Hollow Falls, Story of the Forest, Bearfence Mountain, Ivy Creek.

After hiking, rest your boots in a cozy room at at Skyland, Big Meadows Lodge or Lewis Mountain Cabins – share stories, dine in or under the stars, and rest up for another day of outdoor adventure!

In Shenandoah National Park dogs on a six-foot leash are allowed on most park trails. For an introduction to hiking Shenandoah National Park, maps and more, see the Hiking section of the national park website.
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