Cranberry Glades Botanical Area Is A Scenic Outdoor Spot In West Virginia That's A Nature Lover’s Dream Come True
By Michelle|Published February 05, 2020
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West Virginia is a nature lover’s dream and that’s why we’re happy to have so much beauty and wonder surrounding us. But that doesn’t mean all the trails are obvious and that the motivation is easy to find. In the winter it can be harder to get ourselves to strap on boots to explore, but we have a feeling this beautiful area might change that.
The trailhead is located in Hillsboro. To get directions from your location here’s a Google Maps link to the parking area just off the Highlands Scenic Highway. You can learn more about the trail system here.