From Skyline Drive and the Appalachian Trail, Luray and Page County has tons of trails for hiking, cycling and biking.

Hiking & Biking

Take a Walk

Find peace and solace walking part or all of the Appalachian Trail or just take a hike along one of the various hikes on Skyline Drive. Whether you're looking for a walk to a waterfall, want to visit one of the peaks, or just want to wander through the woods and the around the valley, there's a trail for everyone along the Shenandoah National Park, in the George Washington National Forest, and in the little towns in-between.

 

Or Take a Ride

 

Would you rather speed through the curves than hike along beside them? Bicyclists have been seeking out the area in growing numbers the last few years and it’s not very hard to see why. From riding the backroads through the countryside to challenging yourself by taking on the mountain to looking for the thrill of racing alongside your competition, cycling in Page County is great for everyone. Pro to amateur, choose your level of difficulty and ride solo, in a group, or while competing for the top spot.

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Luray Hawksbill Greenway

Luray Hawksbill Greenway

A 2 mile walking trail with 2 handicapped fishing piers and a swimming hole with rope swing, there's plenty to do at Luray's 'Front Porch.'

Luray Triathlon

Over 300 swimmers will visit Luray and Page County on June 16th for Swim Fest Luray and over 1,000 for the 13th Annual Luray Triathlon & Duathlon.

Shenandoah Half Marathon

The Shenandoah Half Marathon is a scenic road race near Shenandoah National Park. This event is part of 12 National Park half marathons nationwide.

Big Gem Park, Shenandoah Va

Big Gem Park

Pond, fountain, hiking/biking trails, fishing, gazebo, picnic shelter, playground.

Shenandoah National Park is in Luray and Page County Va, right in the Shenandoah Vally.

Shenandoah National Park

Park in the Blue Ridge Mountains featuring forests, wildlife, hiking trails, cultural sites, & outstanding views along 105 miles of the Skyline Drive.