The One River Trail in West Virginia That Belongs At The Top Of Your Bucket List
Some trails are a dime a dozen, others are legendary. The Greenbrier River trail is the latter. It is the longest trail in West Virginia, with so much to do along its route.
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To learn more about the trail, and to download a park map, check out their website here. There are many sites you can view to plan your trip, with photos and reviews, but this one is a good place to start as you plan your visit.
Have you ever hiked or fished along the Greenbrier River Trail? If so, what sections? Have any of our readers tackled the entire length of the trail? Feel free to comment below and join the discussion.