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West Virginia hiking trails

hiking the mountain state

by Allen De Hart

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  • 32 Currently reading

Published by Appalachian Mountain Club Books in Boston, Mass .
Written in English

    Places:
  • West Virginia,
  • West Virginia.
    • Subjects:
    • Hiking -- West Virginia -- Guidebooks.,
    • Trails -- West Virginia -- Guidebooks.,
    • Camp sites, facilities, etc. -- West Virginia.,
    • West Virginia -- Guidebooks.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesHiking the mountain state
      StatementAllen de Hart.
      ContributionsDe Hart, Allen.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGV199.42.W4 D4 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxiii, 329, 38 p. :
      Number of Pages329
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL659161M
      ISBN 101878239562
      LC Control Number97004398
      OCLC/WorldCa37282160

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West Virginia hiking trails by Allen De Hart Download PDF EPUB FB2

West Virginia offers breathtaking wilderness and some of the best hiking in the East. Tucked away among the hills and valleys are uncrowded trails, natural gardens, cool cascading streams, and geological treasures.4/5(8).

West Virginia is a haven for hiking and biking connoisseurs. What better way to explore our beautiful mountains than by way of a calming nature hike or a thrilling bike ride.

Some West Virginia hiking favorites are found around the North Bend Rail Trail, Kanawha State Forest, Coopers Rock, Seneca Rocks, Harpers Ferry, the New River Gorge.

The 2,mile-long Appalachian National Scenic Trail runs through part of West Virginia. Generally known as the Appalachian Trail or simply the AT, this marked hiking trail in the eastern United States extends between Springer Mountain in Georgia and Mount Katahdin in Maine.

The Best Hikes in West Virginia: Explore the New River Gorge There’s a seemingly endless network of New River Gorge trails that meander and snake through the verdant forestry.

Many of the best hikes in West Virginia include sprawling views of the rolling Appalachian Mountains and, you guessed it, the 3,foot-long New River Gorge Bridge.

Find the top rated hiking trails in West Virginia, whether you're looking for an easy short hiking trail or a long hiking trail, you'll find what you're looking for. Click on a hiking trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.

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No matter what your skill level is, West Virginia has the perfect trail for you. Our incredible state is covered in hundreds of trails which are ideal for getting out and experiencing the incredible beauty that we’re.

Top Harpers Ferry Hiking Trails: See reviews and photos of hiking trails in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia on Tripadvisor. Cranberry Wilderness (47, acres) and Cranberry Backcountry (14, acres) make up one of the largest backpacking areas east of the Mississippi River.

Together there are miles of hiking trails that provide a great opportunity of reasonably long distance trips. There’s no better way to discover the unrivaled beauty of Almost Heaven, West Virginia than hiking at a state park or forest.

With more than 1, miles of maintained trails, West Virginia’s parks and forests offer plenty of hiking options that reveal a treasure trove of natural wonders. A vast and varied terrain laced with near-limitless trails gives hikers a full range of treks, including a section of the iconic Appalachian Trail with breathtaking views of the Shenandoah Valley.

Explore everything from family-friendly paths to long, scenic overnight camp-and-hike trails, all with breathtaking views. Find challenging backcountry hikes in the sprawling Monongahela National.

With this book as your guide, you can hike on some of the most pleasant, pack-free rambles these two states have to offer. Trails include: Appalachian Trail, Allegheny Trail, C & O Canal Towpath, Chessie Trail, Greenbrier River Trail, Huckleberry Trail, New River Trail, North Bend Trail, and Virginia Creeper s: 1.

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and ,scale maps (, andin Alaska. Get this from a library. West Virginia hiking trails: hiking the mountain state. [Allen De Hart] -- The only comprehensive guide to hiking West Virginia. Covers more than trails and the mile-long Allegheny Trail.

All hikers and families will find many hikes to enjoy. West Virginia Scenic Trails Association. The NEW fourth edition of the Hiking Guide to the Allegheny Trail is now available.

It is a spiral-bound, easy-to-use trail guide, protected with a vinyl cover. It has excellent maps and detailed descriptions of the trail route as well as Allegheny Trail amenities. Virginia (18) Washington (17) West Virginia (9) Wisconsin (1) Wyoming (14) Europe (1) Topographic Map Guides (71) National Parks (8) Appalachian Trail (21) Pacific Crest Trail (19) California (15) Colorado (21) Connecticut (3) Georgia (3) Maine (4) Maryland (3) Massachusetts (3) Nevada (1) New Hampshire (3) New Jersey (3) New York (3) North.

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Click on a hiking trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews. Best Hiking Trails with Waterfalls in West Virginia MyHikes has 6 amazing hiking trails featuring waterfalls with 29 miles to explore in West Virginia. Get directions to the trailhead, use our trail maps, elevation charts, and pictures from the trail to plan your hike or meetup with friends.

Dolly Sods is part of the Monongahela National Forest located in Eastern West Virginia. There are seven trailheads that are accessible from Forest Rds. 19 and The two most popular are Laneville (Google Map directions below) and Blackbird Knob.

's top hiking trails in West Virginia include Grandview State Park, Spruce Knob + Coopers Rock State Forest. Add these and more to your travel plan. The Great Eastern Trail - Between SR 55/US 48 and I (First edition, ). Our newest publication is the first guidebook to the miles-plus of the Great Eastern Trail between SR55/US 48 and White Sulphur Springs, WV (I) in West Virginia and Virginia.

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Best West Virginia Hiking Trails West Virginia has 15 hikes. Octo Located in the US, the hiking in West Virginia offers over ten good trail hike destinations. The best West Virginia hiking based on popularity are considered to be North Fork Mountain Trail, Seneca State Forest, Coopersrock State Forest, West Fork Trail, and Kanawha.