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This hike was hard than it should have been due to the location that we started at. Most of the reviews said to start the hike from the bottom which is on the east side of the Shenandoah National Park and not off Skyline drive....More
This review is from the Lower Parking Lot, going UP the Whiteoak Canyon Trail/Lower Falls. (From Syria, VA, follow Weakley Hollow Road to Chad Berry Lane, park in lot. Porta-johns available. Pay is on-your-honor.) Start the trail indicated until it splits...left to Cedar Run Trail/Falls,...More
Whiteoak Canyon was a fairly simple hike featuring about four waterfalls. In the course of the hike, you follow the same stream and incline and decline quite a bit. I would definitely recommend it to anyone visiting Shenandoah.
It's a tough Trail we took it going down and came back up Cedar Run. It was an all-day hike; very strenuous. We are very fit people and although our kids are young in 4th and 5th grade, they are quite athletic. And it was...More
This hiking is a great to do. It is easy and fun. Make sure you wear swimming clothes since at the end you can just go in the water if it is a hot day. Wear hiking or tennis shoes. Beautiful hiking and awesome places...More
This was our third and favorite hike in Shenandoah NP. The other two hikes were in and out hikes, with a steep climb in one direction. We liked this much better because it was a in a loop with amazing scenery the entire time.
My wife, 12 year old daughter, and myself did this hike this weekend, and it was great. There are several places to jump in the water and swim, and the falls at the top are gorgeous. Be sure to take water shoes...and it's not an...More
Shenandoah National Park is en general a wonderful place you have to visit! In the park there is a 2 hours hike called Whiteoak Canyon Trail which lead you to a beautiful waterfall, which is worth the walk!! I'm not a hiker but this was...More
Down cedar, up White oak. Gorgeous, unrelenting gorgeous. Even the connector trail on the forest floor was bright, yellow beauty. We saw a bear there. We are relatively fit folks in our 30s, and the hike took us 5.5 hrs. It had just rained a...More
Do not try to see and Hike everything in one day. My fellow wanted to do that and end up over heated himself. We couldn't make it to the end, however, we enjoyed the hike. It worth couple hours hiking around and watching bird (if...More