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A great hike for a sunny clear day.

The 3.7-mile round-trip hike offers wonderful mountain views. At points the trail can be rocky and difficult. An interesting feature along this path are the rock monoliths. The trail descends approximately 1,210 feet and the return trip is an up hill trek. Folklore says that a young woman named Mary Thornton traveled this path alone to the rocky summit.

Directions: From Front Royal, VA, Skyline Drive travels the entire length of Shenandoah National Park. Mile markers are placed along the right-hand side of the road heading south. They are numbered from north to south beginning at the northern terminus in Front Royal, Virginia. Facilities, trails and park features use the mile markers as points of reference. Park in the upper lot of Panorama parking area near mile 31.6.

Elevation: 2,500 feet

Elevation Gain: 1,210 feet

Difficulty: Strenuous

 
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