George Washington National Forest:
A 13 Mile Easy Side of Strenuous Hike
Little Sluice Mountain is a mountain summit in Shenandoah County in the state of Virginia (VA). Little Sluice Mountain climbs to 3,110 feet [masked] meters) above sea level and for the most part follows abandoned roads making for a great social hike since it is not mostly single track unlike many hikes in this area.
This hike will be led at a moderate pace.
Activity Type: Hiking
Time to Hike: 7.5 hours
Nearby City: Maurertown
Length: 13 total miles
Elevation Gain: 2,100 ft with three different ascents
Trail Type: Loop
Skill Level: Strenuous
We hike rain or shine! Click here to see an up to the minute forecast for where we will be hiking.
There are 2 carpools for this hike!
Baltimore Area Carpool
To carpool or caravan from the Baltimore metro area, meet at Savage Station. Click here for directions to Savage Station. Use the comment section to discuss carpooling with other members.
DC Area Carpool
To carpool or caravan from the metro DC area, meetup at the Centerville Park and Ride. Click here for information and directions to the Centerville location. Use the comment section to discuss carpooling with other members.
If you can drive or want to carpool from additional locations, please post your location in the comment section below. For those who need a ride, reach out to the drivers. Make friends, and support the environment - by just offering a ride!
Directions to the Trailhea
Click here for directions to the trailhead
Hike is at 10:00 a.m.
Carpool meetup time at Savage is 7:15 a.m.
Carpool meetup time at Centerville is 8:15 a.m.
Fido is welcome on this hike with leaders permission only due to the hikes difficulty.
Please remember we are a social hiking group that values fellowship and camaraderie and practice good hike etiquette. We take breaks as necessary and have at least one guide in the front in addition to a "sweeper" in the back means that no hiker is left behind. If you get upset because someone has to rest at the top of a hill etc. then find another group! We are very supportive, encouraging, and focus on safety while getting or staying fit on the trail and practicing Leave No Trace outdoor ethics.
See you there and please take my number with you just in case...