Laurel Trail is a 1.5 mile 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 accessible from March until October.
Laurel Trail Loop is located near Triangle, VA. The trail is primarily used for Hiking.
Nice easy, scenic trail. Great for families and pets.
This is a great trail for families -- well marked, wide, largely level walking surface with just a few rocky/roots areas. There is good shade for sunny days. The Birch Bluff Trail is a great addendum for more interesting sights as well as a little extra distance. More of a walk than a hike, but very enjoyable. The facilities at this park are very well maintained and the blazes on the trail are well placed and helpful. Definitely grab a map from the ranger office if you can as there are a number of trails that criss cross and it can be easy to get onto a different trail without realizing it. I want to try this one again in the winter!
Just inside prince William forest so very easy to get started. Great hike the birch bluff loop adds a nice bit of extra distance. Took the dog no problems there. Federal park so don't forget you have to pay the small fee totally worth it.
This is my go-to trail when I want to get in a quick bit of local activity/trail-running. Versatile, with plenty of scenic vistas/wildlife. It can be as strenuous as you want it to be--great little areas to traverse and explore. Wonderful for kids--it's how I introduced my son to the world of hiking. It's close by my place, making it ideal for my use. A real gem!
Very clearly marked trail. A great afternoon hike/run. Has some steep parts.
In combination with other trails this makes for a great hike and loved the scenery... Well kept trails and very clear markings and maps.
Did this trail as part of a loop with the South Valley and North Valley trails. This particular trail is about 1.5 mii.
There were a few folks walking their dogs at the beginning and ending of the hike but overall solitude factor was pretty high.