George Washington and Jefferson National Forests
Length: 9.5 miles
Roaring Run Furnace, a 19th century iron furnace on National Register
of Historic Places. Signs explain furnace operation. Trails run along old
Roaring Run Trail along cascading stream to Roaring Run Falls (1 1/2
miles round trip). Standing pre-civil war iron ore furnace, used for
making iron ingots, stoves and other iron products for the building of
America. Roaring Run Creek for trout fishing. Stream-side picnic sites.
Iron Ore Trail leading to Hoop Hole Trail (2.4 miles).