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Piney Branch Trail

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#99 von 199 Wegen in

Piney Branch Trail ist ein 8.5 Meilen langer Hin- und Rückweg in der Nähe von Rileyville, Virginia.Es gibt einen Wasserfall und oftmals Wildtiere zu sehen. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke als moderat einzustufen. Hier kann hervorragend gewandert werden. Die Route ist das ganze Jahr über zugänglich. Hunde sind erlaubt, müssen allerdings an der Leine gehalten werden.

Entfernung: 8.5 miles Höhenunterschied: 1,643 feet Routentyp: Hin & zurück

angeleinte Hunde

Wandern

Strand

Wasserfall

Wildtiere

wandern
schlammig
15 days ago

GPS didn't do so well in this area. Nice hike. Had a stream crossing. Well maintained.

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steinig
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wandern
Sun Apr 29 2018

Good trail. A little rough on the feet at points due to small rocks, but overall enjoyable. Elevation is fine and doesn’t feel overly steep at any one point. Serene trail. Easy to hook up to other trails / pop up to skyline drive overlook spots. My dog loved it too.

wandern
Sun Mar 11 2018

Like J Burt, we did a good portion of this as part of a 9.5 mile Little Devil's, Pole Bridge, Piney Branch, Hogback, Kaiser Run loop. It was nice and serene. Not terribly exciting, but not everything needs to be :)

angeln
Thu Feb 15 2018

This is one of my favorite hikes. I love to fly fish and this stream has some of the best brook trout in the park. I uploaded a few pictures of the things you may see on this trail. There are also some nice waterfalls along the trail.

wandern
Wed Nov 09 2016

Hikining in this route in early November is just exercise because nothing available to enjoy, small falls available and walking with stream is only a good time but that is only half of the trail. Fork Mt trail if we do circle than this trail must be little more to enjoy.

Sun Nov 01 2015

We hiked a good portion of this trail as a part of the roughly 10 mile loop up Little Devil Stairs, across Pole Bridge, down Piney Branch, and finished with Hogback over to the Kaiser Run Fire Road. Overall the hike follows water most of the way up and back down, so there are quite a few water crossings and falls to check out along the way (bring extra socks haha). It was beautiful late October. LDS took a good bit of time and energy to ascend so the easier hike down Piney Branch was a really nice follow up. Fire road hikes always sound boring to me, so if you have the time and energy to do the longer route I definitely think it was worth it.

wandern
Mon Apr 23 2012

Did part of this as part of the Keyser Fire Road - Little Devils Stairs - Piney Branch Trail - Sugar Loaf Trail - AT - Hogback loop. Started at the KFR lot, took LDS down, KFR to PBT then S:T to AT & Hogback to the lot. The hardest part [on the knees] was LDS. Otherwise was a pretty moderate but challenging hike. Was a pretty warm spring day...probably 70s and somewhat sunny. Passed several groups of hikers who were going up LDS and at one point on PBT one of those groups. There were a few on the Hogback trail but otherwise had the trails to myself.

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