This 1.5 mile historical trail is an interpretive hike back to 1892, when a massacre at the site left five people dead at what was dubbed “the killing rock.” Open to hiking, biking, and equestrian, this trail is considered moderately intensive.
Elevations range from 1860 to 2260 feet.
From Pound VA: Take Highway 23 north for 3.6 miles. Turn left on SR 667/Potterstown Road. Follow this for 0.6 miles. Park in the wide graveled area on the right side of SR 667, then cross the road on foot and go past the Forest Service gate. Turn left onto the old road bed and travel 0.17 miles to the trailhead on the right.