Wahrani Nature Park Trails is a 3.1 mile loop trail located near Lanexa, Virginia and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round. 3.1 miles Loop 50 feet hiking Hide Map AllTrails Terrain Road Satellite Expand Map Sign up now to see this map! ReviewsPhotosTracksAlan Bourne4 months ago722 Completed717 ReviewsA nice walk in the woods. I was not getting reception for tracking and it is poorly marked, so I think I did the right trail. It felt like 3 miles. Confusing or not, it was a total joy to hike. No great river or mountain views, but if you like solitude in the woods, it did offer that. I did not encounter any other people, but there was a car in the parking lot.Savannah Setzer7 months ago2 Completed2 ReviewsNot marked very well, but if you walk far enough there is a few graves. Very nice, non strenuous hike.Jim Setzer8 months ago98 Completed18 ReviewsGreat little hidden jewel of a park. While the blaze markers should just be ignored, they are so confusing, once you get your bearings here there's a lot to enjoy.Mike Satterley2 years ago11 Completed1 ReviewsHorrible. Not marked or well kept. John K.2 years agoBeautiful park if you're looking to get lost in the woods. No real scenic views, just a beautiful dense forest. There was a light rain and I barely got wet. Very difficult to navigate with poor markings, but small enough that you won't get truly lost. There is a gravesite for Captain John Long, an 18th century sea captain, but after 2 hours walking around, I never did find it . Maybe next time. It's supposed to have a trail for mountain biking, but none of the trails I found myself on seemed appropriate for it.Eric Grass3 years ago7 Completed2 ReviewsDecent enough trail, but it was not very well marked on the backside, which resulted in me having to bushwhack for a few hundred feet until I found another trail to follow. John Gresham4 years ago3 Completed8 ReviewsA miniature rollercoaster with plenty of little valleys and hills. Not a bad primer for someone building themselves up for the AT.