VA Mountain Biking
Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley offers an abundance of outdoor activities and
recreation. Here hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, fly fishing,
canoeing, whitewater rafting, and golf are just a few of the many outdoor
pursuits you can enjoy. Mountain biking is a favorite activity among many,
and a great way to enjoy the views that abound in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley.
You can enjoy Virginia Mountain Biking through the Shenandoah Valley’s most
preserved lands at the numerous managed wilderness areas.
With a Virginia Mountain Biking trail for everyone, our area has low graded
trails that are perfect for the whole family, and much steeper, expert level
biking trails for those looking for a fun challenge. With places like the Blue
Ridge Parkway and Wintergreen Resort nearby, you’ll never
run out of great
places to enjoy Mountain Biking in Virginia. Wintergreen even offers a chairlift
to bring you back to the top of the mountain after your decent. Below we have listed a few of our
favorite Virginia Mountain Biking trails in the area.
Many of our region’s great Virginia Mountain Biking trails are located just
outside Staunton Virginia and are just minutes from our Virginia Mountain
Cabins. Browse all of our Virginia Log Cabin Rentals and start planning your
Virginia Vacation to the Shenandoah Valley today. With charming areas like
Charlottesville and historic Staunton, and beautiful vistas and views of the
Blue Ridge and Allegheny Mountains, we’re sure you’ll never want to leave.
The Middlebrook Ramble is a Virginia Mountain Biking
trail that rolls through
the countryside of Augusta County in Virginia’s beautiful Shenandoah Valley.
Designed as a figure eight trail you can enjoy Virginia Mountain Biking on the
trail in three different ways: a very easy 9 mile beginner route, an 11 miler
with a few more hills, and finally the 20 mile ramble, which is completed by
doing both loops. Located 10 miles away from Staunton Virginia, the Middlebrook
Ramble biking trail is a great place for both beginners and experts to enjoy.
Deerfield Horse Trail
This Mountain Biking and Virginia Horseback Riding Trail is located 25 miles
west of Staunton and has some nice views of the Breastworks from the western
portion of the Shenandoah Valley. Start on US 250 and you’ll find the first few
climbs to be pretty tough, however as the trail goes on, the hills become more
This Virginia Mountain Biking trail is located 15 miles west of Staunton and
takes cyclists through the George Washington National Forest to Elliott Knob,
the tallest peak in this region. This is one heck of a Virginia Mountain Biking
trail with several tough climbs and rocky terrain. Experienced riders should
enjoy the rock riding found throughout Elliott Knob, however beginners will want
to sit this one out.
Little Bald Knob Climb
Little Bald Knob is a great Virginia Mountain Biking trail that goes through
Horse Trough Hollow, over Little Bald Knob and on to the North River. The
Virginia Mountain Biking found here is suitable for intermediate to advanced
riders, as the 9.8 mile climb to Little Bald Knob is particularly strenuous.
Great Lakes Loop
The Great Lakes Loop trail is a great Virginia Mountain Biking trail that can be
found just 15 miles from Staunton. Cyclists enjoy the picturesque landscapes of
the Allegheny Mountains and the beautiful manmade mountain lakes. Enjoy the
great views from this Virginia Mountain Biking trail.
West Augusta Trail
The West Augusta Trail is a great Virginia Mountain Biking trail perfect for the whole
family. The trail takes cyclists around Braley Pond and through a 3.5 mile
section of US 250. The main trail is not too steep and perfect for a family
outing, however more adventurous riders will enjoy the blazed trails that
venture off of this main one. One particular trail leads to the Bridge Hollow Trail
just outside of the Ramsey’s Draft Wilderness area, another great mountain
George Washington National Forest
The George Washington and Jefferson National Forests are another excellent
place to enjoy some mountain biking. The Forest provides thousands of
miles of roads and trails available to mountain bikers, and visitors can use any
of the trails year-round. Unless the road or trail is specifically closed
to mountain bike use, you are free to ride your bike on any of them.
Expect to share the forest with other users including hikers and those on
Blue Ridge Railway Trail
The Blue Ridge Railway Trail is a beautiful and easy trail along the Piney
River in Nelson County. Parking is available at both ends of the 7 mile
trail, and it is open to hikers, mountain bikers, and horseback riders.
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