Looking for a great trail in George Washington National Forest - Lee District, West Virginia? AllTrails has 12 great hiking trails, trail running trails, forest trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Ready for some activity? There are 10 moderate trails in George Washington National Forest - Lee District ranging from 2.7 to 11.5 miles and from 777 to 2,696 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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hiking
5 days ago

If your looking for solitude, then this is it. I didnt see anyone else hiking this trail. I decided to go counter clockwise and found the climbing easier. I suggest staying on the fire road during the last stretch do to the fact the trail that coming in to the left is not there.

hiking
rocky
6 days ago

off road driving
off trail
rocky
7 days ago

rode this yesterday, Sept 19, Nice trail did not know yoiu had to get pass and pay. if you enter from edinburg city direction yoiu can get pass at exon or shell station. Rode with stock 4 runner TRD pro, was fun first trail in new truck. Some mud spots, fun. Be careful, tore up my nerf step on a rock...lots of rocks but not too big to handle. lot of ATVs it was Sat, wiould be nice during week with less traffic. all in all will do it again.

hiking
rocky
12 days ago

Nice ridge hike through the forest. Moderate rating is more the distance than the elevation. It’s a light grade up going south. Rock, sand and dirt trail. It took us 2.5 hours roundtrip. The shelter at the turnaround point has nice benches for a snack and to rest. They also have a picnic table.

hiking
bugs
rocky
scramble
18 days ago

Beautiful views, however buggy during the hike and at the top - wear big spray. Make sure to wear very sturdy hiking boots as almost the entire trail has rocks/loose rocks that will hurt the bottom of your feet. You’ll need the extra grip as well. The hike is steep up and steep down as you get closer to the top. 3 different rock scrambles as you near the top as well.

hiking
rocky
19 days ago

nice little trail.

off road driving
over grown
24 days ago

The OHV trail was nice. Took an 07 F150 lifted 3 on 35's and it was a good ride. One end of the trail is pretty overgrown, might have to have someone go in and do some pruning.

Excellent short trail! Went with our agile dog (Aussie) and 2 kids 7&9 yo. It’s a bit of a scramble near the top and definitely had to rig a pseudo-harness when we descended, for extra safety. Beautiful views.

A very easy and enjoyable trail. I went counter clockwise with a very easy 3 mile climb. There is an extensive forest service road walk, but was still enjoyable with streams near by. There are several existing campsites to make this an overnight adventure.

hiking
27 days ago

It was a nice out and back trail. Not well maintained in some areas. We brought a dog and she did great. Watch out for horse poop as we ran into horses on the trail. Follow the yellow markings.

hiking
1 month ago

Good trail for this area. Wear bug spray! Staying at Capon Springs , glad I drove up the road and parked at the trailhead. Once you get to the rock area walk up a little bit more for the better view!

hiking
bugs
rocky
1 month ago

great hike shelter is a really nice one, the spring just below was a but dried up. great scenery the whole way

off road driving
1 month ago

Great trail! I would recommend this trail for off-roading. . Be prepared for a about 1 & 1/2 hours from start to finish. . Very rocky terrain. Nothing too difficult for my 2008 fj

off road driving
1 month ago

I went here specifically to off road and camp. The road was quite rocky, but fine for my stock 4Runner (I would NOT take a cross over.) I enjoyed the drive but was hoping for more scenery and better camp sites (the fort camp area was packed.) I will probably return because it is close to Baltimore, but I was hoping for more. The area around it is pleasant and as another reviewer noted there is a great view on your way out.

off road driving
1 month ago

Great trail for a first timer like myself. I was in a bone stock 2017 Outback and had absolutely no issue. Definitely recommend A/T tires and a skid plates. I have 8.7 of ground clearance and at some points I was scraping.

off road driving
1 month ago

good beginner trail, did this trail solo in a lifted 2001 4runner with 33's. I'd do it again!

I cut this hike short because it was so overgrown with not much to see. I'm sure it would be much better during the late fall or early spring months when there would be beautiful views. The only positive is that I was the only one on the trail!

Fun trail. Mostly woods, not very scenic but still nice.

on Eagle Rock

hiking
1 month ago

I took the longer version of this hike from the ridge on the south side of US48/55 at the Tuscarora Trail. It was approximately 7.5 miles out and back. Parking is limited. Great view at the summit.

off road driving
2 months ago

Nice trail, south half is pretty steep and provides more challenge, great for stock vehicle! Pulled over to camp the night, had a good spot!

on Eagle Rock

hiking
2 months ago

Fun hike. Good friend showed it to me, then I took my wife on it. Nice payoff at the end.

off road driving
muddy
rocky
2 months ago

1st time taking out the Jeep. 2018 Jeep Unlimited JK Sahara, 2.5” Lift on 35” tires. Not difficult, but a nice ride. Don’t really need to put it into 4x4 for the most part. Couple sections I did put it into 4x4 just to to do it, but I could have made it without it. Would recommend it. I also recommend when you leave take Rt 675 south, there is a Great OverLook to see. Limited Parking and it’s on a sharp curve, be careful.

off road driving
2 months ago

Very rocky. Took our stock JL Wrangler Unlimited Sahara on it point to point and felt comfortable the entire time, but would have benefitted from tougher tires. A few fun mud holes 12-18 inches deep and plenty of jagged crumbly rock to climb for most of the trail.

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