There’s So Much To See Along This One-Of-A-Kind West Virginia Trail

Love to hike or bike? If so, then this one-of-a-kind trail in West Virginia is sure to get your blood flowing in advance of your next adventure. The Greenbrier River Trail follows the Greenbrier River for 78 miles through the state, and is technically a linear state park. This unusual state park is an old rail line converted to trail with stunning sights along the entire route.

Have you explored the Greenbrier River Trail in West Virginia yet? We’d love to know how far you’ve gone!

Ready to hit the trail this year?? The trailhead for the North Caldwell southernmost entry point is located 1.3 miles north of US 60 on Stone House Road. The north end of the trail begins at Slabtown, 0.5 miles south of Cass on WV 66 at Deer Creek Road. Learn more and download a park map for the trail and nearby amenities at this link on the official website of West Virginia State Parks!

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