Huckleberry Trail Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
June 20, 2019: Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the completion of Huckleberry North

Huckleberry Trail

The Huckleberry Trail is a paved trail system that extends almost 15 miles through rolling terrain and passes through Blacksburg, Virginia Tech, Montgomery County, and Christiansburg. The trail offers a way for pedestrians and bicyclists to reach a number of recreational, cultural, and commercial attractions in the area.

The trail consists of the following segments: 

  • Huckleberry Trail: The 8.3-mile paved trail runs between Blacksburg and Christiansburg, through Virginia Tech and Montgomery County and through residential, agricultural, forested and commercial areas. 
  • Huckleberry North: The 5-mile paved trail runs from the Huckleberry Trail roundabout located on the west side of the tunnel under Route 460 and Blacksburg’s Gateway Park. The trail runs through agricultural and residential areas and connects to the Gateway Trail and the trail system in the National Forest. 
  • Huckleberry South: The 1-mile + segment runs between Cambria Street and the Christiansburg High School in Christiansburg through commercial and residential areas. The goal is to extend Huckleberry South into Downtown Christiansburg. 

The Huckleberry Trail is connected to other paved and natural surface trail systems, like the Coal Mining Heritage Park, Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center trails, McDonald Hollow trails (opening in spring 2021), Gateway Trail and Poverty Creek Trail System. The entirely connected paved and natural surface trail system extends over 50 miles.