This Winter Waterfall Hike Will Make You Feel Like You’ve Left Virginia And Landed In Narnia

Sometimes, escaping the winter blues means diving right into the beauty of the season. That’s exactly what you’ll find on a trip to Roaring Run Falls in Virginia’s beautiful Jefferson National Forest. This 1.2-mile trail won’t keep you out in the cold for too long and features a gorgeous waterfall that may even be frozen depending on the temperature. Between the heightened visibility of the trees and a dazzling mountain stream, you’ll feel like you’ve arrived in Narnia.

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The trailhead is located at 450 Roaring Run Rd, Eagle Rock, VA 24085. Have you experienced this frozen waterfall hike before? Be sure to share your stories with us! For related content, you’ll love learning about the Iconic Virginia Hike That’s Even More Breathtaking In The Winter.