Virginia Creeper Trail
Virginia Creeper Trail Overview
Virginia Creeper Trail is a very popular 35 mile rail trail
located in Southwestern Virginia. The Virginia
has many natural and historic attractions and is supported
with many businesses including bike shops, bike rental services,
bed & breakfasts and shuttle services.
trail allows bikers, hikers and horseback riders. Bikers are
advised to use a moutain bikes or big tire hybrids because
of the loose dirt trail surface.
trail is characterized by its extremely high elevation rising
over 2000 feet from lowest to highest point. Many Virginia
Creeper Trail riders
choose to use a shuttle service that allows them to start
at the top trailhead called Whitetop then ride either 17 miles
downhill to Damascus or to ride the full 35 miles to Abingdon.
of the popularity of this trail, riders are advised to use
the trail on weekdays to avoid the masses.
Access is available at Abingdon, Watauga, Alvarado, Damascus,
Straight Branch, Taylors Valley, Creek Junction, Green Cove
Virginia Creeper Trail Links
Virginia Creeper Trail Facts
Points: Abingdon To Whitetop
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