Peaks

 

36

 

 

Pursuers

 

79

 

 

Finishers

 

0

 

 

Climb the peaks of Shenandoah National Park! This challenge includes peaks along the crest of the Shenandoahs and trailed peaks in the western reaches of the park. If you've done the classic Old Rag and yearn to explore deeper into the Shenandoah, this is an excellent challenge to tackle. Easy day-trip striking distance from Washington DC area!

 

Highest peak

Hawksbill

4,050 ft / 1,234 m

Most prominent peak

Hawksbill

2,148 ft / 654 m

Most summited peak

Old Rag Mountain

63 summits

Most difficult peak

no info yet

Difficulty breakdown

no info yet

Top climbing months

July   14%

June   13%

October   11%

"One of the last sections of trail for my two days of running in the northern section of Shenandoah. There are two epic spots on this peak. Ancient, fascinating rock formations and a beautiful panorama of the Blue Ridge. " - Compton Peak, runshigleyrun, May 13, 2018
"An absolute brilliant day of trail-running which included two waterfalls and four peaks. The sun was shining spiritually from the clouds as we reached the summit of the gnarly Stony Man. " - Stony Man, runshigleyrun, Apr 28, 2018
"Brilliant day of trail-running with my buddy Weaver. We bagged four peaks and enjoyed two waterfalls. Perfect weather and views as we reach the summit of the cool, desolate Little Stony Man. The views may have been even better than on Stony Man. " - Little Stony Man, runshigleyrun, Apr 28, 2018
"Second mountain of the trail-running day for Weaver and me. Challenging, but not as steep or technical as Mary's Rock. Gorgeous views from the top. Roughly two miles south of Mary's Rock. " - The Pinnacle, runshigleyrun, Apr 22, 2018
"Third mountain of the day as Weaver and I finished a brilliant day with a rather easy climb free of technicality. No significant views, but beautiful spring wildflowers dotted the forest floor. Ran Mary's Rock and The Pinnacle beforehand. " - Pass Mountain, runshigleyrun, Apr 22, 2018