Endless Wall

MODERATE 119 reviews

Endless Wall is a 2.7 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Lansing, West Virginia that features beautiful wild flowers. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking and walking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

DISTANCE
2.7 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
390 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Loop

dogs on leash

hiking

walking

forest

views

wild flowers

hiking
2 days ago

Great easy going trail with excellent views.

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12 days ago

So, this hike can be a little misleading. It does loop, but ends in a totally different parking lot and you have to walk along the road to get back to you car. We were also to that the hike was 1.7 miles, but that is just to diamond point. The whole hike is (guessing) over 3 miles. We enjoyed the hike, but we had Toledo small children with us and it was a little to far for them. Overall it was a great hike just a little miscommunication about the length of the hike

12 days ago

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15 days ago

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16 days ago

Went on a rainy day but it was still a nice hike with beautiful sights! Warning, this trail is a loop but you have to walk on the road. You park and start on one end and the trail ends at a different parking area. They sent far from each other just be aware you don't start and stop at the same exact place.

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17 days ago

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18 days ago

We went on a rainy day, but even then the trail wasn't difficult to navigate. Perfect trail for a warm up with great views.

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19 days ago

Great trail. We went on a weekend so we ended up seeing quite a few folks on the trail. Beautiful scenery.

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24 days ago

hiking
1 month ago

Fairly easy and well kept trail with many offshoots to see the Endless Wall and 1-2 great spots to view the New River Gorge Bridge. I suggest starting at Fern Creek parking lot.

1 month ago

it are a real good trail

hiking
1 month ago

Best short hike at New River Gorge. On the easier side of moderate. Starting from the Fern Creek (i.e. western) trailhead, trail heads through nice hemlock forest, crosses Fern Creek, then climbs gradually to gorge rim. Lots of rhododendron. The only official overlook is at Diamond Point, but there are many unofficial side trails to unofficial overlooks along the way. All overlooks are unprotected, so keep pets and kids in firm tow. To complete the loop shown on the map, you have to walk 0.5 miles along Lansing-Edmund Road, which may be hazardous due to its narrow shoulders. Thus, I feel it is best to do this hike as an out-and-back or as a two car shuttle. However you do it, you will like it.

hiking
1 month ago

We did just a portion of this trail from the second parking lot, further east, and did it clockwise for a bit, then doubled-back, since we didn't start until 6p. I gasped "wow!" several times as we took quite a few spurs off the main trail for gorgeous panoramic views of the New River winding its way far below. Definitely recommend!

1 month ago