Trail Mileage Update
The Huckleberry Trail is now more than 11 miles long!
— From the 0 mile marker by the library at Miller St. in Blacksburg to the Christiansburg Rec Center is 8.34 miles.
— From the 0 mile marker at Miller St. in Blacksburg to the Gateway Park at the base of Brush Mountain is 8.04 miles.
— From the Christiansburg Recreation Center to the base of Brush Mt. at Gateway Park is 11.18 miles one way, and about 22.36 miles round-trip.
A New Map of the trail is available here.
- 2019-09-22: Annual Hokie Half Marathon & 5K - Join us for the 7th annual Hokie Half. Sign up today at the HokieHalf.com website. More...
Latest Trail Updates
- Policy for e-Vehicles on the Huckleberry Trail - Combustion engines are not allowed on the trail. Individuals with mobility impairments may use certain e-vehicles. This Post summarizes the local policies in place. More...
- 2019-06-20: Linwood Lane Extension Completed - The long-awaited final section of the Trail was officially opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on June 20th. More...
Donate a Bench
The Trail needs places for hikers and bikers to pause for a rest. If you would like to donate a bench to the trail, you can call one of our local Recreation departments for specifics: Blacksburg 540-443-1101; Christiansburg 540-382-2349; or Montgomery County 540-382-6975.
Prices Fork Bridge on Blacksburg’s Radar
At a recent Town Council meeting, the council voted to include the bridge in its 5-year plan. Click here for more information.
- * Prices Fork Pedestrian Bridge - This key project to provide a bridge over Price's Fork Road is in the initial planning phase. More...
- Extensions in Christiansburg - The Phase III extension is currently in the design process and would extend the trail further to Independence Boulevard. More...
Other Important Information
- 2019-07-24: New Parking Available - Three spaces available at the Prices Fork Fire Station. More...
- 2018-03-07: Airport Extension in Progress - Watch out for dust, debris, and noise during the Airport runway extension. More...
Thanks to All Trail Clean-Up Volunteers
The Town and Friends of the Huckleberry special trail clean-up day was a great success. Held on Saturday, September 22nd 2018 from 10AM to Noon, more than 3 dozen people showed up to help with this project. A special thanks goes out to Northstar Church and to the Radford service fraternity, Alpha Phi Omega. Click here for more details.
Things To Do on the Trail
The Huckleberry Trail is a perfect place to exercise or just enjoy the view. Click on the buttons below to learn more about how YOU can enjoy the trail: