High Meadows Trail is a 4.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Triangle, Virginia that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is best used from April until October.
It's actually not a loop but joins up to a few trails and a couple of roads. We did it as part of a big loop, approx 8.5 miles. We parked at Lot A, went up Turkey Run Ridge Trail, joined up with Old Black Top Rd at the TREC, then turned left at High Meadows Trail and took that south to South Vally Trail, turned left and back to Parking lot A for a total of approx 8.5 miles.
From SOUTH VALLEY TRAIL it heads NE for 2.1 miles until it runs into Taylor Farms Rd. Good trail markings and well maintained trail.
I began this trail from the south scenic drive road after completing the south valley trail. The rolling trail gave a grand view of the hilly terrain. The leaves on the ground on a moderately warm sunny day colored the earth with a bright autumn hue. This was a pleasurable trail to traverse as it gave a different perspective of the park after meandering along the south fork quantico creek. I completed this trail upon joining with the little run loop. This trail was worth the hike.