Breaks Interstate Park is a 4.7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Haysi, VA that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from April until December. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Breaks Interstate Park 627 Commission Circle Breaks, VA 24607 Phone: (276) 865-4413 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Park Manager: Matt O'Quinn
Enjoyed a weekend getaway with some hiking, sightseeing, and geocaching. We hiked a total of nine trails which we turned into an insane loop throught the park. The hike turned out awesome, even hiked over into Kentucky to capture a geocache and enjoy a quick lunch break at the picnic shelter. We stayed in one of the cottages which it was very peaceful, quiet, and relaxing. Will definitely come here again!
The River Trail is accessed best via Geological after parking at State Line Overlook. Steep rocky trail.
There are lots of great views to see throughout the trails. Plenty of climbing, too.
This was a gorgeous hike, enjoyed all the climbing!!
Great hike, rugged trails and the vistas are awesome. Certainly a hike to remember.
This is probably the most amazing trail I have hiked (and I have hiked all over the Smokies)! Their are so many amazing views the entire hike. To view photos and learn more about the trails, visit http://www.anniam.com/2013/07/breaks-interstate-park-breathtaking.html.
Breaks Interstate Park is a great destination along the Kentucky/Virginia border. The breaks are essentially a 1000 foot deep canyon carved by the Russel Fork and are referred to as the 'Grand Canyon of The South'. The views from the many different lookout points are breathtaking. You also stand a good chance of seeing a train rumbling though a tunnel alongside the river. The trail itself can be challenging, the Prospectors trail is very rocky but offers several rock formations and the trail leading down to the river is very steep, as would be expected. The area also offers a lakeside trail.
Hiked here a while back. Great views. Very beautiful place.
The trails here overlook a deep river gorge, they have a beautiful park and a great lodge.
This is a breath taking trail. It is my most favorite place in the world. There is great camping and white water rafting as well. The views are unbelievable. They call it the grand canyon of the east.