Do you ever get to missing the lush greenery of spring and summer once winter hits? Good news! While it’s not quite on the same neon level as the verdant summer foliage, thanks to the variety of evergreen shrubs and trees that thrive in the West Virginia mountains, you can still take a relaxing hike through beautiful green woods even in the middle of the winter season.

To learn more about these beautiful evergreen trails, head over to these articles on Carnifex Ferry Battlefield State Park, Grandview, and Gaudineer Knob. Have you ever hiked at any of these scenic spots during the winter season? What other West Virginia hikes do you enjoy even in the cold months of the year?

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