“This is a short out and back trail leading to Pase Point Overlook with views of the Blackwater River Valley.”
— Ryan Moon
Birding · Fall Colors · Views · Wildflowers · Wildlife
A nearby campground offers lots of activities for kids and a lake for recreation activities.
The Pase Point Trail is an out and back trail that is about 0.5 miles long and leads to a rock outcropping with awesome views of the Blackwater River Valley. The trail runs along a ridgeline, and there is minimal elevation change. The trail is well maintained, but still has tree roots and rocks along the way. The forest consists of hardwoods with white and pink rhododendrons throughout (these are beautiful if you're visiting while they are blooming in late June). The trail is accessed off of the Dobbins House Trail.