Explore the most popular dogs on leash trails near Pinnacle with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

This trail has a lot of steps.

We started on the Jomeoke trail (picks up behind rest room) and joined up with ledge springs trail. Almost felt like we were doing the route backwards but it was a good strenuous hike, beautiful views and lots of wildlife. Great hike and I can’t wait to return in the fall to do it again when the leaves are changing

Challenging and scenic! Amazing overlooks. Nice for a high paced workout.

Definitely some sweat but didn’t think it was hard if you’re moderately in shape

An easy trail. It crosses a railroad and parallels the Yadkin River for some distance.

A great and fairly easy trail around the summit (Big Pinnacle). One of the best trails in the park just because it's around the knob. Breezy and cool up there with great views. Great loop possibilities with the Ledge Springs Trail and Grindstone Trail.

The best hiking is done on these trails and the Grindstone. Best views in the park.

Basic woodsy hike. Fairly easy without crowds.

Two of the best trails in the park. Great views and challenging to some degree. Rewarding hike! Those steps are a bit of a workout!

A somewhat lengthy woodsy hike. Less hiked than many of the other trails. Nice and quiet.

A nice walk in the woods. A neat old wagon is still on one side of the trail from years ago.

Pretty basic woodsy hike from the Corridor Trail parking area on Hauser Rd. to the Yadkin River where it intersects with the Bean Shoals Canal Trail. Encountered a beautiful green snake and a sizable black rat snake on this trail.

A lengthy hike on foot if you hike it down and back. Many manure piles from the many horses litter the trail so you'll need to dodge those. A wide and easy trail through the woods.

This is a neat trail. There are signs with information posted on them throughout the trail. The information describes the plant life you'll encounter as well as some of the wildlife you could encounter. The possibility of seeing bald eagles along the river section is exciting. I'll likely come back during nesting season to try and see and photograph the eagles. Horne Creek was larger and prettier than I had expected at one of the crossings.

Great Trail! 600+ steps going up and great view at the lookout point. Steady and patience is needed going down. Well worth it!

the park is great but needs to have more detailed maps.

Did some climbing and hiking here. Really enjoyed the location and routes. Tones of great routes from trad to sport to TR. some nice 90’ routes and all levels of difficulty. Was pretty when we headed there on a Sunday afternoon, though still plenty of routes open to climb. Can’t wait to go back. Easy parking, cold working fountains, bathrooms and well maintained bolts and anchors.

HARD but really great! Lots of interesting things to explore. There were tons of ladybugs in the cracks of the rocks at the very top, it was really something special to see. We went in November, but it wasn't too cold for hiking during the day. Would definitely recommend.

Quite easy trail once you complete Grindstone, but it just adds to the excitement. I recommend the views and sights for anyone looking for a good 6 mile hike when combined with Grindstone.

Amazing few from the summit. Trail is clearly marked the whole way through. You will definitely enjoy the elevation causing you to earn the joy of trekking this mountain. Beautiful panoramic views when you reach the top.

1 month ago

Great trail. My family hikes it weekly. Beautiful shaded hike- just no ‘views’

2 months ago

Really enjoyed this trail. You can do it slow or fast. Very easy did it in two hrs.

Pedestrian rocky pathway with hellacious vertical. A couple of stretches really worked the hammies and glutes on the way up. Not much to see other than trees on the way up; with all of the car traffic I would probably find solace elsewhere if I were a deer.

Love this trail!!! Gives you a great work out and it’s a beautiful. trail. Your mostly in the woods but you can see some amazing rock formation s. And there was one amazingly large black snake sunning himself beside the trail.

We started at the parking lot entrance to the trail. Mostly down hill at that point then turned left where the trail met Grindstone trail and kept following the yellow dots. This side was more strenuous with many uphill stone steps to climb. Passed by several rock climbers. We continued around the summit. Beautiful views.

Fantastic views not only of the rock formations, mountains in the distance and the valley below, but the lizards sunning, song birds popping among the branches in beautiful melody and the ravens soaring, coupled with a fun trek up a rock ledge through 3 Bears Gully. What an enjoyable hike! Now one of our favorites to the Winston-Salem metro area.

Ledge spring up is tough with lots of rock steps but recommend this if your knees give you trouble. Grindstone has some steps too but nothing like Ledge spring trail
Lots of people drive up and just do the hike around the pinnacle or even just walk to the overlook point.
A bit loud and crazy so 3 stars. Too many people and non-hiking people due to the road up

3 months ago

Love this trail. Completed all on the same day trip after an overnight.

3 months ago

Easy trail around the big pinnacle. Worth every step. Views are awesome.

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