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Ready for a walk in the woods? There are more than 600 miles of hiking trails in the Roanoke Valley in Virginia's Blue Ridge, including the Appalachian Trail, offering everything from easy strolls to challenging climbs.
Come discover why Virginia's Blue Ridge was named "Best Trail Town" by Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine!
After all, we're always ready for a walk on the wild side in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
UPDATE: Due to the impact of COVID-19, many of the most popular trails in Virginia's Blue Ridge have seen an increase in hikers as people look for ways to enjoy outdoor activities. The Appalachian Trail Conservancy is asking people to stay off the Appalachian Trail and we encourage you to consider alternative hiking options from traditional favorites like the Triple Crown and Mill Mountain Park, such as these suggestions for Underrated Hiking Trails in Virginia's Blue Ridge. Feel free to reach out to us through our Contact form if you have questions or need additional information.
With the variety of trails in Virginia's Blue Ridge, you have options for hiking to a summit that provides any type of view - city skyline, pristine waters of a lake, reservoir, waterfall or river, stunning mountain vistas, or the peaceful Virginia countryside.
You'll have to experience it to truly believe it. To take on some of the region's best hiking, conquer the Triple Crown.
Grab your pack and a camera. Between the trails, wildlife, and stunning views, there's no telling what will take your breath away.
You can also check out our list of 10 Great Trails and see a complete list of hiking trails on the Blue Ridge Parkway in Virginia.
The following is a list of hiking trails in the Roanoke Valley.