FSR #85-2 Hall Spring Road

Total Miles
9.1

Elevation

1,126.75 ft

Duration

1 Hours

Technical Rating

3

Easy

Best Time

Winter, Fall

Trail Overview

This route will take you along the side of the mountain with beautiful views of Appalachia. This trail feels like an East Coast shelf road since it is mainly single track with only a few places to pass oncoming vehicles. This road follows the WV-VA border and is only accessible 10/01-01/15.

Difficulty

This is a single track shelf road for the most part with a few places to pass oncoming traffic. If you're afraid of heights, this may not be the trail for you. Use caution around the road shoulder as it could have soft spots. Cell service is spotty and there are no residential homes on this road. Once you get to the top of the mountain, you will find a few dispersed campsites off the road.

Technical Rating

3

Status Reports

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Access Description

This is a seasonal road, open 10/01-01/15. FSR #85-2 runs the West Virginia-Virginia border off RT 33, which runs from Brandywine, West Virginia, to Harrisonburg, Virginia. You can also access from the top of the mountain off FSR #72 Long Run Road or FSR #87 Fort Seybert on the Virginia Side.

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