Wolf Branch Trail
At A Glance
1.2 mi one-way
Steepness: Climbs Moderately
Tread Condition: Some Obstacles
Blaze Color: Yellow
Trail Number: 666
Travels through the relatively flat stream bottoms at the base of the mountains. Near the western end of this trail, you can see the hills rising out of the valley, and you'll start to climb them before you reach Ledford Branch Road. There used to be huge, sucking mud holes in places - several of these and small stream crossings were replaced with sturdy wooden bridges on June 2, 2007 - National Trails Day. Moderately technical; lots of ground pine, mountain laurel tunnels, and fern-filled woods; nice scenery; a few creek crossings on bridges or rocks; overall a popular, fun trail.
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Total Calculated Length: 1.21 mi
This value is derived from our underlying map data, so it may not match officially published information.