Tinker Cliffs/Andy Layne Trail -

MODERATE 50 reviews

Tinker Cliffs/Andy Layne Trail - is a 7.3 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Troutville, Virginia that features a great forest setting. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking.

7.3 miles 2030 feet Out & Back

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Offers beautiful views south of the Catabwa Valley and McAfee Knob area. Trail runs thru private farm and requires climbing a few fence ladders [to prevent those cows from straying]. There's a pretty neat trail bridge that crosses a stream. Once past all this there is a moderate but continual incline. Views at the cliffs are the big payoff.

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13 days ago

Loved the views and a great experience!

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27 days ago

Pretty tough trail at points, few wet leaf covered areas that get a bit dicey. Great views up top, I had an awesome time! Will be back.

29 days ago

This is a tough trail. Very steep. We will do it again

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1 month ago

One of my favorite hikes near Roanoke, so many different places to stop and take in the view. Difficult, but well worth it.

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1 month ago

Really liked this trail! Went on a day following lots of rain so the train was relatively muddy. I enjoy the rolls hills and steep parts of this trail. It wasn't anything too intense but enough to make you feel accomplished! Would definitely do again.

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1 month ago

Wonderful trail! The first two miles are quite muddy/slippery but after that is smooth sailing. Lots of views from the top so it's easy to find a nice spot to sit down and have lunch while looking over the valley without being crowded by fellow hikers. Would definitely do it again!

2 months ago

We had a good time and enjoyed the view.

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2 months ago

3 months ago

nice slow climb with a great view of the valley at the top

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4 months ago