Moores Wall Loop Trail (Hanging Rock State Park)

  • Author: Piedmont Legacy Trails
  • Created: March 7, 2019 9:58 pm
  • Updated: November 22, 2019 6:56 pm
County: Stokes
Length: Medium (2-5 miles)

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  • Distance 1.61 miles
  • Time 39 min
  • Speed 2 mph
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Moore's Wall Loop Trail is a 4.3 mile loop in Hanging Rock State Park. This trail features the highest point in the park and a fire lookout tower with wide open views of the surrounding landscapes from the top. Elevation gain for the trail is approximately 950 ft.

Since its creation as a 1930s Civilian Conservation Corps project, Hanging Rock State Park has offered the best of a traditional outdoor experience with 73-site campground, picnic grounds, stocked lake for swimming and canoe rentals and more than 20 miles of hiking trails that climb onto spectacular views and weave alongside clear streams and waterfalls. There is also access on the Dan River for paddling, 8.4 miles of mountain biking trails and rock climbing opportunities with permit. A complex of vacation cabins is available for longer visits. Free interpretive programs complement the education offerings of a park museum that explores the natural and cultural history of the Sauratown Mountains.

Address:

1790 Hanging Rock Park Rd, Danbury, NC 27016

Moore’s Wall Loop Trail is a 4.3 mile loop in Hanging Rock State Park. This trail features the highest point in the park and a fire lookout tower with wide open views of the surrounding landscapes from the top. Elevation gain for the trail is approximately 950 ft.

Since its creation as a 1930s Civilian Conservation Corps project, Hanging Rock State Park has offered the best of a traditional outdoor experience with 73-site campground, picnic grounds, stocked lake for swimming and canoe rentals and more than 20 miles of hiking trails that climb onto spectacular views and weave alongside clear streams and waterfalls. There is also access on the Dan River for paddling, 8.4 miles of mountain biking trails and rock climbing opportunities with permit. A complex of vacation cabins is available for longer visits. Free interpretive programs complement the education offerings of a park museum that explores the natural and cultural history of the Sauratown Mountains.

Address:

1790 Hanging Rock Park Rd, Danbury, NC 27016

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