Fisher Peak Loop Trail is a 2.2 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Galax, Virginia that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is accessible year-round.
The trail winds up the side of Fisher Peak through a variety of vegetation. At the lower elevation the trail follows a stream through mixed pine and hardwoods. Higher up, the blooms of azaleas, mountain laurel and Catawba rhododendron provide a spectacular display in May. They give way to a diverse second growth forest of oak, poplar, maple and sourwood trees. Look for abundant signs of animal life.
Nice little walk through the woods. A little disappointed that it do not take you to the top of Fiaher's Peak
Did the full loop. Was closer to 4mi. great little hike to end the day right by our Cabin at Fiddler's Roost
good trail and very well maintained. if your lucky you might see the mother Bear and her cub... we actually rescued a family who was 1st timers to the trail and thought they was lost.
Great trail to bring the kids on! Easy and serene. .
One of two trails at the Blue Ridge Music Center right off the Blue Ridge Parkway near the Virginia/North Carolina line. You can combine the two trails into an approximately three mile loop. The Fisher Peak Trail heads up higher through the forest and abundant vegetation, with more elevation change. It is a nice moderate hike through the trees.