hiking pilot mountain

Pilot Mountain is one of 42 North Carolina state park sites. The unique 2,421-foot mountain is one of the most iconic natural features in North Carolina and has served as a navigational landmark for ages. Pilot Mountain State Park offers over 40 miles of hiking trails ranging from easy to difficult. Keep reading to learn everything you need to know before a hike.

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Visitor Information about Pilot Mountain

Visitors to Pilot Mountain State Park will want to know a few things before they go. If you already know all of the park basics, then feel free to skip directly to the hiking section.

Know Before You Go

  • Admission is free.
  • The visitor center has several well-curated educational exhibits about the history and nature of the area.
  • Leashed pets are allowed on Pilot Mountain State Park hiking trails.
  • The park is separated into two sections: Mountain and River. Both offer hiking trails for visitors.
  • Bring snacks. There is no food service in the park.
  • Water refill stations and flush toilets are available at the visitor center.
  • Free electric car chargers (J-1772) are also available at the Pilot Mountain State Park Visitor Center.
  • Campsites are closed seasonally. No hookups or dump station available.


Do you have to pay to go to Pilot Mountain?

Admission to Pilot Mountain State Park is free.

You do not have to pay to go to Pilot Mountain. So what’s stopping you from hitting a hiking trail this weekend at Pilot Mountain?

stepping stones on hiking trail at pilot mountain

Camping at Pilot Mountain State Park

Pilot Mountain offers 42 seasonal tent and RV sites. The wooded sites are located on the lower slopes of Pilot mountain. The campground does allow RVs but does not have hookups or a dump station.

Additionally, Pilot Mountain has two paddle-in campsites along the Yadkin River near Ivy Bluffs.

All campsites are reservable online.

Weather

Pilot Mountain is located in the North Carolina foothills and weather varies seasonally.

In North Carolina, humidity causes summers to be hot and muggy but the winters can be very cold and wet. Temperatures at Pilot Mountain range from 30°F to 90°F throughout the year but rarely dip below 20°F or above 95°F.

Spring and autumn are the best times for hiking at Pilot Mountain.

Directions to Pilot Mountain (including GPS coordinates)

Pilot Mountain dominates the skyline for miles so you’ll know which way to go well before you get there. It is less than half an hour from Winston Salem. Pilot Mountain is a popular destination for Winston Salem residents looking for a short break from the city.

The 3,872-acre state park straddles both Yadkin and Surrey counties. It has two separate units, the mountain and rivers section.

There are several destinations in the park so I recommend using GPS for specific directions to your desired section. Most map apps will direct you to the Visitor Center if you just enter Pilot Mountain State Park.

Mountain section and Pilot Mountain State Park Visitor Center

GPS: 36.3412, -80.4629

1792 Pilot Knob Park Road Pinnacle, NC 27043

Pinnacle Hotel Road/Culler Road parking

GPS: 36.3280, -80.4631

134 Culler Road Pinnacle, NC 27043

Hauser Road parking

GPS: 36.2675, -80.4958

622 Hauser Road Pinnacle, NC 27043

Pilot Creek access

GPS: 36.3587, -80.4933

382 Boyd Nelson Road Pinnacle, NC 27043

Bean Shoals access *

GPS: 36.2647, -80.4878

103 Yadkin River Park Trail Pinnacle, NC 27043

*Stream crossings are required; heavy rains can cause high water.

Ivy Bluff access

GPS: 36.2537, -80.5087

4240 Shoals Road East Bend, NC 27018

Shoals fishing area and paddle access

GPS: 36.2574, -80.5171

4454 Shoals Road East Bend, NC 27018

wide path on hiking trail at pilot mountain

Park Hours

Park hours vary seasonally by section.

The Pilot Mountain Visitor Center is open from 9 am to 5 pm in the winter (October until February) and 8 am to 4 pm in the summer.

Current hours for each section can be found at the Visitor Center or by calling the park at 336-444-5100. The entire park is closed on Christmas Day.

Pilot Mountain State Park Map

pilot mountain hiking trails river section
Official Map Courtesy of NC State Parks
pilot mountain hiking trails mountain section
Official Map Courtesy of NC State Parks


Where is the best view of Pilot Mountain?

Two prominent pinnacles top Pilot Mountain, Big Pinnacle and Little Pinnacle.

The largest is known as Big Pinnacle. It is a mesa-like monadnock. A monadnock is an isolated mountain rising above the surrounding area.

The vertical walls consist of bare rock and the rounded top is covered by vegetation. The Big Pinnacle rises 1,400 feet above the valley floor with the knob extending more than 200 feet from its base.

Big Pinnacle is connected to Little Pinnacle. The best view of Pilot Mountain is at Little Pinnacles Overlook. It can be accessed via hiking trails or by car.

The Grindstone Trail provides hiking access to the summit of Pilot Mountain via three approaches, Ledge Spring, Grindstone or Jomeokee.

There is also a large parking area for those lacking time, desire or ability to hike to the summit. The drive up Pilot Mountain is winding and slow but can easily be done in a few minutes.

little pinnacles overlook has the views of pilot mountain with less than 0.5 mile of hiking

What is Pilot Mountain known for?

Pilot Mountain is known for its visibility for miles and miles above the surrounding Yadkin Valley.

It has served as a visual navigational guide for hundreds of years. Native Americans appropriately called the tall stone mountain, Jomeokee, which means “great guide”.

Pilot Mountain is a monadnock consisting of quartzite. A monadnock is an isolated mountain rising above the surrounding area.

pilot mountain dominates the skyline
Even on a cloudy day, Pilot Mountain dominates the skyline.

A Brief History of Pilot Mountain

The quartzite rock that makes up Pilot Mountain was never a volcano but is the westernmost point of the Sauratown mountains. Nearby Hanging Rock is also part of the Sauratown mountain range.

Scientists believe it was once submerged under an ancient ocean over a billion years ago. They believe sand from this ocean was compressed into sandstone which later formed into quartzite from the effects of long-term heat and pressure.

Pilot Mountain was privately owned from 1857 until 1968. It was operated as a commercial tourist attraction.

During this time for a small fee, visitors could enjoy the unique, natural features of the mountain. For 50 cents, visitors could take the scenic two-mile drive to Little Pinnacles Peak. And for 25 cents more, visitors could climb a set of wooden stairs to the summit.

In the 1960s, Surrey County residents were concerned with the mountain would be further commercialized. They formed the Pilot Mountain Preservation and Park Committee, Inc. to preserve the natural beauty of Pilot Mountain. Through a grassroots effort, the Pilot Mountain area was adopted as a North Carolina State Park in 1968.

original gate house at pilot mountain
Gatehouse where fees were collected prior to being designated a State Park.

Hiking at Pilot Mountain State Park

Pilot Mountain has 40 miles of hiking trails spread over two park sections, the Mountain Section and the River Section.

Many visitors want to hike to the top of Pilot Mountain but don’t forget all of the easier and shorter trails without the elevation gain. They are a great place to see native plants and animals. Plus if you’re not a regular hiker, it’s an opportunity to get your body moving without overdoing it.

Can you hike at Pilot Mountain?

Absolutely, there are many great hiking trails at Pilot Mountain. Depending upon the time available and fitness level, everyone can find a hiking trail for them.

hiking trail at pilot mountain with ferns

Can you get to the top of Pilot Mountain?

You cannot get to the very top of Pilot Mountain because it is a protected natural bird nesting area.

The best photos of Pilot Mountain are available from the Little Pinnacles Overlook which can be reached by car or hiking trail.

Can you drive up Pilot Mountain?

The most popular way to visit Pilot Mountain is by car. You can drive up to Pilot Mountain. The 0.25-mile walk to the Little Pinnacles overlook is on uneven surfaces and requires some stairs but the views are worth the effort if you are physically able.

Can you hike to the top?

Hikers can take the Grindstone trail to the mountain base and explore the area but you cannot access the top of the mountain.

Both the Grindstone and Ledge Spring Trail provide hikers access to the summit of Pilot Mountain.

Is Pilot Mountain an easy hike?

Pilot Mountain has over 40 miles of hiking trails ranging from easy to strenuous.

Hiking the Grindstone or Ledge Spring Trail to reach the summit of Pilot Mountain requires significant elevation gain and is not an easy hike. However, both the mountain and river park sections offer easy and strenuous trail options.

the mountain hiking trail at pilot mountain state park

How far is the hike to the top of Pilot Mountain?

A 3.5 miles strenuous one-way hike on the Grindstone trail will get you to the top of Pilot Mountain. Well, not the top of the quartzite tree-covered mountain because it is a protected bird nesting area. But Grindstone will take you as far as possible.

Hikers can follow the trail to the base of the mountain (known as the summit which is a bit confusing). Hikers will be rewarded with sweeping views of the surrounding Yadkin Valley.

The Grindstone Trail from the Visitor Center rises over a thousand feet in elevation to reach the summit of the mountain.


How long does it take to get up Pilot Mountain?

The strenuous round trip hike is 7 miles and average hikers will take over 3 hours to get up Pilot Mountain. Faster, more advanced hikers can possibly complete the Grindstone out and back trail in a shorter time.

If you are short on time, consider hiking another trail at Pilot Mountain and driving up the Little Pinnacles Overlook for great views of Pilot Mountain.

hiking pilot mountain

Pilot Mountain Hiking Trail Details

Pilot Mountain offers trails for hikers, horseback riders and paddlers. Skip to the table below for a complete list of all trails including one-way mileage.

Pilot Mountain State Park Hiking – River Section Trail Details

The River section of Pilot Mountain covers all areas along the Yadkin River. There are multiple parking areas. Refer to the official park maps and the directions section for GPS coordinates.

Bean Shoals Canal Trail


• Miles: 0.5 miles one way
• Difficulty: easy
• Location: Bean Shoals access or Hauser Road parking (GPS coordinates in directions section)
• Surface Type: natural surfaces with railroad crossings
• Blaze Trail Markers: red circles


A high clearance vehicle is needed to reach the Bean Shoals trailhead as multiple crossings of Horne Creek are required. Crossing an active railroad track is necessary at the beginning of the trail. Use caution.


The Bean Shoal Canal trail follows the Yadkin River and the incomplete Bean Shoals canal. Construction of the Bean Shoals canal started in the 1820s as a route around the rocky and shallow Bean Shoals. Construction was never completed but the remains are still visible today.


Corridor Trail


• Miles: 6.6 miles one way
• Difficulty: strenuous
• Location: Pinnacle Hotel/Culler Road parking area or Hauser Road parking area (GPS coordinates in directions section)
• Surface Type: uneven natural surfaces
• Blaze Trail Markers: white triangles


The Corridor hiking trail connects the River and Mountain sections of Pilot Mountain State Park. It is open to both horse riders and hikers. However, horses must remain on the bridle trail and cannot cross the railroad tracks.

Expect some elevation gain on this sloping trail. The trail surface is natural so rocks and roots can cause uneven footing is some spots. There are also a few creek crossings on the Corridor Trail.


Horne Creek Trail


• Miles: 2.5 miles one way
• Difficulty: moderate
• Location: Bean Shoals or Hauser Road parking area (GPS coordinates in directions section)
• Surface Type: uneven natural surfaces
• Blaze Trail Markers: blue circles


Horne Creek hiking trail is sloped with some slight elevation gains. This trail runs alongside water for most of its length. Additionally, it is a great location to see a wide variety of spring wildflowers.


The trail is natural so it may be uneven in some places. Expect a few creek crossings.


The Horne Creek trail can be combined with the Bean Shoals Canal Trail for a 3-mile loop with a short section along the park road.


Ivy Bluff Trail


• Miles: 1.3 miles one way
• Difficulty: moderate
• Location: Ivy Bluff access (GPS coordinates in directions section)
• Surface Type: uneven natural surfaces with water crossings
• Blaze Trail Markers: red circles


The Ivy Bluff trail follows along the south side of the river.


There are some steep slopes along the natural trail surface including rocks, roots and water crossings. Mountain laurel and rhododendron are abundant on the Ivy Bluff Trail.


Yadkin Island Trail


• Miles: 1.5 miles one way
• Difficulty: moderate
• Location: Bean Shoals or Hauser Road parking area (GPS coordinates in directions section)
• Surface Type: uneven natural surfaces with water crossings
• Blaze Trail Markers: white triangles


The Yadkin Island trail is 1.5 miles one way from the Hauser Road parking area to the Bean Shoals canal trail.
Many hikers explore the 2 small islands in the river as part of this hike. The islands in the Yadkin River in Pilot Mountain State Park are 15 acres and 45 acres in size.


The paths on the islands do not have any trail blaze markers so prepare for an adventure. However, NC State Parks is very clear that you should explore the islands at your own risk. The river can be very dangerous in high water and should never attempt to be crossed if you cannot see the bottom.


This is a shared hiking and horse trail until it reaches the Yadkin River parking area. At that point, horses must circle back on the 2-mile loop. Hikers can continue another 0.5 miles to the Bean Shoals Canal trail.

Yadkin River State Trail (Paddle Route)


• Miles: 2 miles within Pilot Mountain State Park (165 miles paddle route down Yadkin River)
• Difficulty: conditions vary based on water flow and levels
• Location: Bean Shoals (GPS coordinates in directions section) or one of 37 other access points outside the park
• Surface Type: wet (it’s a paddle route)
• Blaze Trail Markers: N/A


The Yadkin River State Trail is a designated 165-mile paddle route on the Yadkin River. It passes through five reservoirs before reaching the convergence of the Yadkin and Uwharrie Rivers.


Two of the most scenic miles of the Yadkin River State Trail pass through the Pilot Mountain State Park. Expect a wide but shallow section of the river with small ripples in the water. River birches hang over the banks and tall sycamores line the river.


Sadly, canoes or kayaks are not available for rent in the park so you’ll need to bring your own or rent in the nearby towns of Dobson or Elkin. There are several rental company options but I’ll let you do your own research since I only enjoyed the hiking trails at Pilot Mountain on our visit.


Some sections of the Yadkin River are suitable for rafting at times so check at the visitor center for complete details before launching. For current water conditions, check the status on Army Corp of Engineers.

yadkin river at pilot mountain state park

Pilot Mountain State Park Hiking- Mountain Section Trail Details


The mountain section includes the section around Pilot Mountain, the visitor center and both Little and Big Pinnacle.


Corridor Trail


• Miles: 6.6 miles one way
• Difficulty: strenuous
• Location: Pinnacle Hotel/Culler Road parking area or Hauser Road parking area (GPS coordinates in directions section)
• Surface Type: uneven natural surfaces
• Blaze Trail Markers: white triangles


The Corridor hiking trail connects the River and Mountain sections of Pilot Mountain State Park. It is open to both horse riders and hikers. However, horses must remain on bridle train and cannot cross the railroad tracks.


Expect some elevation gain on this sloping trail. The trail surface is natural so rocks and roots can cause uneven footing is some spots. There are also a few creek crossings on the Corridor Trail.


Grassy Ridge Trail


• Miles: 1.5 miles one way
• Difficulty: moderate
• Location: Visitor Center or Pinnacle Hotel (GPS coordinates in the directions section)
• Surface Type: natural with water crossings
• Blaze Trail Markers: white triangles


Grassy Ridge Trail passes through hardwood and lowland pine forests. Wildflowers are abundant on the Grassy Ridge trail. The trail surface is natural with rocks, roots and water crossings. Additionally, Grassy Ridge serves as a connector to both the Mountain and Corridor trail.


Grindstone Trail


• Miles: 3.5 miles one way
• Difficulty: strenuous
• Location: Visitor Center (GPS coordinates in the directions section)
• Surface Type: natural with water crossings
• Blaze Trail Markers: blue circles


Grindstone is one of the most difficult and popular hiking trails at Pilot Mountain. The trail starts at the visitor center and climbs the mountain to the summit picnic area. The summit picnic area is also accessible by vehicle if time or fitness levels do not align with hiking the Grindstone.


The vegetation changes with the elevation on the Grindstone trail. Expect a natural trail surface with rocks, roots and water crossings. The trail is primarily wooded with good shade when leaves are on the trees.

grindstone hiking trail at pilot mountain


Jomeokee Trail


• Miles: 0.8 mile loop
• Difficulty: moderate
• Location: Upper Summit parking (GPS coordinates in directions section)
• Surface Type: rocks, roots and stone steps
• Blaze Trail Markers: none


The Jomeokee loop starts at the upper side of the parking area. The moderate trail crosses from the Little Pinnacle to the Big Pinnacles. It then loops arounds the Big Pinnacle before ending up at the same trail for the return trip.


Expect big stone cliffs, rare and interesting plant life and sweeping views along the Jomeokee loop. The trail is fairly even natural surface with some rocks and stone stairs.


Jomeokee can be combined with Grindstone and Ledge Spring for a longer more strenuous hike.


Remember to stay on the trail. The Big Pinnacle is a protected bird sanctuary and shouldn’t be accessed.


Ledge Spring Trail


• Miles: 1 mile one way
• Difficulty: strenuous
• Location: Upper Summit parking (GPS coordinates in directions section)
• Surface Type: boulders, stairs
• Blaze Trail Markers: yellow circles


Ledge Spring is a strenuous hike from the Pilot Mountain summit parking area. It connects the Grindstone and Jomeokee trails if you want a longer hike. If you are short on time, the Ledge Spring hike from the summit parking area is a very strenuous 2 mile hike.


The trail follows the cliffs of Pilot Mountain and to the west of Little Pinnacle. Expect roots, rocks, a few boulders, stone stairs and an overall challenging hike.


Little Pinnacle Overlook


• Miles: 0.1 mile one way
• Difficulty: easy and short
• Location: Upper Summit Parking (GPS coordinates in directions section)
• Surface Type: stone stairs, natural uneven stairs
• Blaze Trail Markers: none


Little Pinnacle Overlook is one of three overlooks at the Upper Summit Parking area.


The Little Pinnacle bluff offers the best views of the Big Pinnacle. On a clear day you can see for miles. Enjoy the views of the Sauratown Mountains and nearby Hanging Rock State Park to the east from the overlook.


The trail to Little Pinnacle Overlook is primarily natural surfaces including uneven stone stairs. It is not stroller or wheelchair friendly, however the other overlooks at Upper Summit are paved and accessible.

little pinnacle overlook at pilot mountain is short walk and not much of a hiking trail


Mountain Trail


• Miles: 4.3 miles one way
• Difficulty: strenuous
• Location: Visitor Center or Pinnacle Hotel/Cullen Road parking area (GPS coordinates in directions section)
• Surface Type: natural surfaces, water crossings
• Blaze Trail Markers: red circles


The Mountain trail at Pilot Mountain can be used for hiking and horseback riding. It skirts around the base of the mountain. Access points include 0.25 miles uphill from the visitor center, above the campground from the Grindstone trail and at the Cullen Road parking area.


The Mountain trail includes rolling hills and water crossings. Due to elevation gain and uneven natural surfaces (primarily rocks and roots) it is classified as a strenuous hike. We found it to be a good workout but not too tough.


It can be combined with the Grindstone trail for a 6 mile loop around the mountain through mostly woody, shaded areas. We did this hike and enjoyed the moderate walk through beautiful forests.

The Grindstone-Mountain combination loop does not offer any great viewpoints. The photo below is the only viewpoint we saw for 6 miles so don’t expect great views of Pilot Mountain on this loop. But it is a great opportunity to enjoy nature while getting some exercise.

the only view we saw on grindstone and mountain loop hiking trail at pilot mountain


Mountain to Sea (segment of North Carolina State trail)


• Miles: 12.6 miles one way in Pilot Mountain State Park
• Difficulty: strenuous
• Location: Bean Shoals Access (GPS coordinates in directions section)
• Surface Type: natural surfaces, railroad crossing, water crossings
• Blaze Trail Markers: white circles


The Mountain to Sea trail will eventually traverse the entire state of North Carolina. Currently, it runs from Clingman’s Dome in the Great Smoky Mountains to Jockey’s Ridge on the Outer Banks.

Once completed the trail will run 1,400 miles from the breathtaking mountains to the magical coast. Currently there are over 650 miles of trail open.


If you aren’t planning to walk across the entire state but want a challenging hike at Pilot Mountain, check out the segment of the Mountains to Sea trail within the park. It shares some segments with the Grindstone, Corridor and Mountain trails.


The Mountain to Sea (MST) trail enters Pilot Mountain State Park on the southern end of the Corridor trail and exits the park to the east.

MST and Grindstone hiking trail at Pilot mountain state park share several segments


Pilot Creek Meadow


• Miles: unknown
• Difficulty: easy
• Location: Pilot Creek access (GPS coordinates in directions section)
• Surface Type: mowed path through meadow
• Blaze Trail Markers: none


The Pilot Creek Meadow is a short path mowed through the meadow above Pilot Creek. This isn’t a traditional hiking trail at Pilot Mountain State Park and therefore mileage isn’t published.


This meadow is a great location to enjoy wildflowers and wildlife. The Pilot Creek Meadow is part of the Rosalynn Carter Butterfly Trail and was created to benefit native pollinators.


Also, the path leads to a small farm pond where fishing is permitted. However a valid NC fishing license is required.


Pilot Creek Trail


• Miles: 3.3 miles one way
• Difficulty: moderate
• Location: Pilot Creek access (GPS coordinates in directions section)
• Surface Type: natural surface with water crossings
• Blaze Trail Markers: orange circles


The Pilot Creek Trail is a moderate 3.3 mile hiking trail at Pilot Mountain State Park. It starts at Boyd Nelson Road in the Pilot Creek access area and ascends through oak and pine forests to the campground.


For more mileage, it can be combined with the Grindstone and Mountain Trail. Or combined with the Grindstone hiking trail to reach the summit of Pilot Mountain.

forest along hiking trail at pilot mountain

TRACK (designed for families with kids)


• Miles: 0.3 miles one way
• Difficulty: moderate
• Location: Upper Summit Parking area (GPS coordinates in directions section); trailhead is to the left of the restroom
• Surface Type: natural with rocks and roots
• Blaze Trail Markers: none


All TRACK trails are part of the national Kids in Parks program. Kids is Park is a grant and donation funded program to get families with kids outdoors more. These trails are generally shorter and not too difficult.


Most TRACK trails have self guided brochures or signs to keep everyone entertained while learning more about the nature and history of the area. They are great for those young at heart as well.


The TRACK hiking trail at Pilot Mountain is 0.3 miles one way. It offers scenic views of the Big Pinnacle and several vistas over the surrounding mountains.

Complete Listing of Hiking, Equestrian and Paddle Trails at Pilot Mountain

SectionPilot Mountain TrailHiking (one way)Equestrian  Paddle
RiverBean Shoals Canal Trail 0.5  
BothCorridor Trail 6.66.6 
MountainGrassy Ridge Trail 1.71.7 
MountainGrindstone Trail 3  
RiverHorne Creek Trail 2.5  
RiverIvy Bluff Trail 1.3  
MountainJomeokee Trail 0.8  
MountainLedge Spring Trail 1.6  
MountainLittle Pinnacle Overlook Trail  0.1  
MountainMountain Trail 4.5  
MountainMountain to Sea (segment)12.6
MountainPilot Creek Meadow
MountainPilot Creek Trail 3.3  
MountainTRACK Trail 0.3  
RiverYadkin Island Trail 1.51.5 
RiverYadkin River    0.2
Pilot MountainTotal Miles40.39.80.2

Pilot Mountain Waterfalls

As a waterfall fanatic, I try to find hikes that lead to water. Sadly, the Pilot Mountain State Park hiking trails do not offer any waterfalls.

Although nearby Hanging Rock State Park is home to five waterfalls. Lower Cascades Falls at Hanging Rock only requires 0.9 mile hike and is beautiful year-round.

We’ve visited some pretty epic waterfalls in our full time RV life.

My favorite waterfall destination is the Magic Valley near Twin Falls Idaho. It is close enough to Yellowstone National Park to combine the two for an epic road trip.

Check out Best Things to do in Twin Falls: Maximizing your trip to the Idaho Magic Valley to see our pictures and read about our week of waterfalls.

Summary Hiking Trails at Pilot Mountain NC

Pilot Mountain has hiking trails for all skill levels ranging from the kid focused short TRACK trail to the a strenuous section of the Mountain to Sea trail that crosses the whole state. The park even has a paddle route in the Yadkin River and several bridle trails for horse back riding. Whether going for one day or several, Pilot Mountain State offers a trail option for everyone.


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