The Longest Bike Trail In West Virginia, The Greenbrier River Trail Takes You On A Beautiful Three-Day Journey

You’ve probably heard of the Greenbrier River Trail: it’s 78 miles of old railroad bed converted to a bike trail that runs along the Greenbrier River from Caldwell to Cass in West Virginia. But have you ever thought about tackling the whole trip in one epic three-day adventure?

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Between Cass and Marlinton, enjoy Clover Lick Depot and Sharps Tunnel. Droop Mountain Tunnel at mile marker 31 is the second tunnel of the trail, on the other side of Marlinton.

What itinerary did you use if you traveled the whole Greenbrier River Trail, or if you’ve only traveled a portion, which was it? We’d love to hear your experiences and recommendations!

Address: Greenbrier River Trail, West Virginia, USA
Address: 4800 Watoga Park Rd, Marlinton, WV 24954, USA
Address: Marlinton, WV, USA
Address: Cass, WV 24927, USA