The Gorgeous Half-Mile Hike In West Virginia’s Eastern Panhandle That Will Lead You Past A River And Ruins

There are so many gorgeous trails in West Virginia that it’s hard to pick a favorite. But this easy, level trail that runs along the Shenandoah River past ruin after ruin in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, is definitely in the running!

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Have you taken the time to stroll this historic trail past river and ruin? To confirm your route, find it on Google Maps here. It’s well worth seeking out the next time you find yourself in Harpers Ferry, as is the nearby stairway hike past six more historic sites. And if you need a place to stop and rest in between the two, try this delicious candy museum!

Address: Harpers Ferry, WV 25425, USA