Cumberland State Forest Multiuse Trail

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Bear Creek Lake State Park

Cumberland State Forest Multiuse Trail is a 8.8 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Cumberland, Virginia that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, camping, and birding and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length8.8 miElevation gain521 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashCampingHikingWalkingBird watchingForestViewsWildflowersWildlifeBlowdown
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Stephen Donahue
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Zinc Park
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Hiking

Good, quiet.

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Kathleen Doswell
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Rugged but doable.

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Voyage Gal
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HikingMuddyOver grown

Nice trail.with some parts overgrown and muddy with one small stream crossing.

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Nana Asare
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HikingBugsOver grown

It was an okay trail to hike. There wasn't much to see except for a pretty small lake towards the end. It's a pretty long trail so if you're trying to work on endurance I think this trail is good for that. I hiked this trail with a friend that rides horses and she said the trail is really good for horses.

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Michael Smith
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Hiking

A nice walk in the woods.

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Caleb Young
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Hiking

Poorly maintained and poorly marked. This is to be expected in most state parks with longer trails. I recommend gps or having a map to help guide you.

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Roman Tressler
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Hiking

Hiked part of Coffey trail. Its definitely a Bush wacking trail. I normally enjoy those kinds of trails. But seeing how I'm here for a business trip and not properly set up for that kind of hike, I couldn't do more than a half mile. Lots of spider webs, and saw some deer. It's a trail I would love to hike if I had the right equipment or clothing.

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Dan Schardein
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Hiking

Cumberland Multi Use Trail out and back from Bear Creek Lake Park cabins to Winston Lake.

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Chubby Trekker
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Hiking

The trail was very hard to find and lots of the trail had been logged which made it ugly. Would not go again until trees grow back. We also hiked the Coffey Trail and it was bad. Trail at start was well marked but halfway it just stops. It’s a no go for sure and had nothing to look at till the end.

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Brett Montgomery
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Easy walk around the lake. Stopped by at beaver dam. Tiny buds starting to form on the trees.

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Rob Fortner
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I did 11.3 miles. Really easy to moderate trail. I did the cmt to the wrt back to cmt!!! Had fun!!

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Elena Tate
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Hiking

My feet are still sore but we hiked for two more days after.

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Alan Bourne
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It was nice, but way too long for the punch line.

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Steve Rowland
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Emily Golden
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Teresa Brooks
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Martin Gundel
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cody Snedeker
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John Cassidy
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Patricia Babbitt
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