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  • Restrooms Restrooms
  • Gate Gate
  • Camping Camping
  • Trail Sign Trail Sign
      The non-profit status of Mountain Lake Lodge and our collaboration with the Conservancy preserves our 2,600-acre Virginia woodland playground. Families who visit our unique resort have a unique opportunity to renew their relationship with nature— and with each other— in a distinctive environment to be preserved for generations to come.
      The Mountain Lake Conservancy works closely with Mountain Lake Lodge to manage the hotel property in a sustainable manner, which includes protecting the resources that draw visitors to this mountaintop. Through educational programming, managing and interpreting research, and providing recreational opportunities, the MLC is integrally tied to Mountain Lake Lodge and its mission to provide a place for people to connect with nature for future generations.

      You are welcome to tour our facilities, use our 22 miles of hiking and mountain bike trails, discover our Treetop Adventure Course, and visit our gift shop and the Mountain Lake Conservancy.

      Day visitors please check in at Mountain Lake Outfitters located at the entrance to the resort at the top of the Mountain to obtain your pass.
      Parking & Trail Access fee is $ 5 per vehicle/day or $25 for a Year-Round Trail Access Pass. Fees support The Mountain Lake Conservancy .
      We encourage you to provide us with your contact information so that you may receive email updates.
      Trail access parking is located 1 mile past the hotel entrance on the right, and is available year round.
      During the months of May - October, you may also park in the Mountain Lake Outfitters lot.
      Primary Trail Type: Cross-Country

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      • Updated on Tue 2016-09-27 @ 12:19pm
      • Submitted on Thu 2016-09-22 @ 1:12pm
      • By tommyoravetz6 PCTC & contributors
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