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7+ miles of entirely wooded singletrack trails highlight this emerging park in Montvale, Va. Most stream crossings have foot bridges or are easily forded. Wildlife in this area include deer, turkey, squirrels and maybe even a coyote or 2. While the rest of the park is still in the development stage, the trail system is complete. From the park pavilion, you'll skirt around the perimeter of the large field, take a left at an opening to the creek crossing and there is a footbridge you can cross or you can make your way across the creek.
Food & Drink
After the Ride: Local Favorites
Everything is good. Greek food. Also great sandwiches salads pizza and calzones. Closed Sunday and Monday.
Olde Liberty Station
I have to agree with a previous tip giver, the forks are humongous. The food was awesome and the service top notch. If you are in the area make sure you eat here and also visit the D-Day memorial.
Hollywood's Restaurant & Bakery
Excellent food and service. I loved the atmosphere and the visitor map in the back. Visitors from all over the world have eaten at Hollywood's. If you're in town, definitely visit.
Amazing as far as fast food goes, loads of healthier options, and OUTSTANDING service with management that goes out of their way to ensure you return. A model of quality, efficiency, and tasty chikn!
Women's Introduction to Outdoor Rock Climbing - Level 1:
Jul 29 - Pilot Mountain State Park
Experience the thrill of rock climbing in a women's class with our professional rock climbing instructors. Learn basic climbing skills and technique including equipment use and fit, site safety, knot tying, belay technique and basic climbing technique. This course is designed for new or gym trained climbers looking to transition to the outdoors. Details
Introduction to Outdoor Rock Climbing Class - Level 1:
Aug 19 - Pilot Mountain State Park
Learn basic Climbing skills and technique including specialized equipment use, proper fit of specialized equipment, site safety, knot tying, belay technique, basic climbing technique. This course is designed for new climbers or gym trained climbers looking to transition to the outdoor experience. Details