Hawksbill Mountain, VA This fairly easy hike will allow you to reach the top of the tallest peak in Shenandoah National Park, standing at 4,049 feet. The trail is covered with gravel and very well-maintained, although will seem fairly steep during the descent. Keep on the lookout for wildlife during this hike - you may be lucky enough to encounter some rare sightings.
12 Incredible Hikes Under 5 Miles Everyone In Virginia Should Take
Plan a Virginia outdoor adventure! Check out the best hikes in the VA Blue Ridge Mountains including waterfalls, peaks, wild ponies, and rock scrambling. Destinations from Roanoke to Shenandoah National Park to Southwest Virginia and more.
Before the turn of the century, West Virginians were drawn to the natural beauty of the Middle Fork River and its surroundings. This area is now Audra State Park, a heavily wooded riverside campground that continues to awe visitors.