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This was our first hike at Shenandoah, and we were not disappointed. We did it with our two dogs and we all enjoyed the opportunity to get wet in the river which runs along the vast majority of the 3.9 miles.
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i loved this hike--we parked at fishers gap overlook, took the rose river falls trail down all the way to dark hollow falls. the trail follows the water most of the way, and it is gorgeous. at dark hollow falls, took the fire road back...More
We took this hike as our first to Shenandoah. I don't consider me and my wife fitness buffs but moderate hikers sometimes doing overnights in the woods with kids. We've been to the smokies where the end point or main feature was breathtaking. While this...More
We parked in Fishers Gap Lot early in the day on a Saturday. We thoroughly enjoyed the hike. There are abundant trail markers and no matter how you do it you see the falls and river. Most of the trail is along the beautiful Rose...More
There are several ways to get to Rose River Falls especially if you combine the Rose River Loop Trail with other trails. My adult son and I made the 6 and a half mile circuit starting at Big Meadows Lodge where we were staying. This...More
The hike in isn't to bad after parking in Fishers Gap. Start on the Horse Trail then go to Rose River trail. After some rain the river will put on a show through all the plunge pools. So many plunge pools and areas to take...More
Everyone else's comments are spot on. If it's rained within a few days (or raining during) of your visit, give this one a go.
We've started on the fire road and we've ended on the fire road. Starting on the falls and ending on the...More
- A must-do hike
- Do it clockwise
- Bring plenty of water
- Bug spray a must this time of year
- Wear good hiking shoes
- Lots of swimming holes
- 4 mile loop in 3 hours w/young kids
- Right next to...More
Bring your water and have on good shoes. This gem of a falls is a not-to-far of a hike from the parking area on Skyline Drive. Flow is better in the spring and slows down during the warm summer months. We've gone a couple of...More