Don't Let These Stunning Views Fool You, Patterson Trail In West Virginia Is Actually An Easy Hike
By Marla S.|Published January 18, 2023
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For a family-friendly outing that’s scenic and adventurous, head to the Patterson Trail in Summersville, West Virginia. Based in Carnifex Ferry Battlefield State Park, Patterson Trail is a surprisingly easy and beautiful hike in West Virginia. And although the looped trail is only 2 miles and reaches just over 300 feet, you’ll have plenty of views to enjoy when you explore this picturesque trail in the state. Therefore, grab your camera and get hiking!