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Golf Course Report

Updated on: August 30, 2016

Call 434-325-8250 for tee times.

Stoney Creek

Opening Tee Time:  8:00 AM
Rotation:  Monocan to Shamokin; Tuckahoe is currently closed for Aerification.
Cart Rule:  90 Degrees
Weather:  Sunny with temperatures in the low 90s.

Devils Knob

Opening Tee Time:  8:00 AM
Cart Rule:  90 Degrees
Weather:  Sunny with temperatures in the low 70s.

Monday, August 29, 2016

Wintergreen is a Hiker's Paradise

Where else can you get 30 miles of marked hiking trails, stunning Blue Ridge Mountain views, and be literally next door to the Blue Ridge Parkway, Appalachian Trail and Shenandoah National Forest? Well, Wintergreen Resort, of course!

Learn more about Hiking at Wintergreen!

Guided Hikes

Guided hikes are offered by The Nature Foundation at Wintergreen on Saturdays, with an additional hike on Wednesdays during the summer. Check This Week at Wintergreen for details.

Self-Guided Hikes

The mountain and valley system of trails at Wintergreen is divided into two types: access trails and perimeter trails. Besides the map and tree blazes, there are signs at intersections with trail name, direction and blaze color.

The trails on the mountain wind around the two mountain peaks that make up what we call Wintergreen – Devils Knob and Blackrock. The perimeter trails circumnavigate the resort with access trails that break off for shorter hikes.

Both mountain and valley trails explore waterfalls and unbroken wilderness. These trails complete the Wintergreen experience of discovering the wide diversity of terrain, natural gardens and animal life. Please leave rocks, plants and other natural objects including cultural and historic structures and artifacts as you find them. Help us keep our native plant heritage intact.

Visit The Nature Foundation at Wintergreen for more details. Hiking Guides are available for $3 at the Front Desk or at the Nature Center. This guide gives detailed descriptions of each trail, with distance, difficulty and key features to note while hiking.

Last Edited by The Mountain Messenger on Monday, August 29, 2016

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