There are over 400 miles of designated trails on the Mount Rogers National Recreation Area, HOWEVER only a portion is open to mountain bikes, the most accessible being the trails between the Damascus and Skulls Gap, about 50 miles of mountain accessible trails. Trails range from primitive single-track to old logging roads and railroad grades. Some are for foot only, others allow horse and/or bicycle use. Plan your trip carefully if you are looking for solitude. Trails in the high country as well as the Virginia Creeper and Appalachian Trail are popular destinations, particularly on weekends. Please be sure you use only those trails open to your particular type of travel. Please note that trails within wildernesses are always primitive with few or no signs or blazes and may be difficult to follow in places. Before heading into wilderness, you should be competent with both map and compass. Any type of motorized or wheeled vehicles (including bicycles and any type of wheeled cart) are prohibited in wilderness.
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