Best Trails in West Virginia

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on Seneca Rocks Trail
3 days ago

Not a bad hike. Some ankle rollers in spots along the trail. TAKE WATER!! Especially on the hot days. No water on either end of the trail, but you can fill up over at the store at the Y intersection. Take a dip at the swimming hole on your way out and get a really good view of where you hiked to.

on Maryland Heights Loop
3 days ago

hiking

Amazing view of Harper's Ferry from the top. Best hike around! Steep — bring your water and bug spray.

on Snowshoe - Silver Creek S...
3 days ago

mountain biking

This place is really nice. You can ski in the winter, and mountain bike the trails in the summer. Very cool area. You can take you bike to the top on certain ski lifts, and ride back down the hill. Very intense trails!

on Rohrbaugh Overlook
3 days ago

Gorgeous, easy hike.

on Elakala to Yellow Birch T...
4 days ago

hiking

Breathtaking

on Hawks Nest
5 days ago

walking

This place is so beautiful!! Lots to explore along the trail. I only had time to go about 2 miles in, but was able to see small waterfalls and great views!

on Bluestone State Park
5 days ago

walking

This area is beautiful along the water! Very secluded location, and not many people out exploring this area when I was there.

on Little Creek Park loop tr...
5 days ago

Good easy hike

on Upper Falls Walking Trail
5 days ago

Horrible almost totally overgrown!

on Upper Falls Walking Trail
5 days ago

Trail overgrown almost non passable. Do not recommend

on Long Point
6 days ago

great trail and amazing view at the end.

on Little Creek Park loop tr...
6 days ago

hiking

Decent trail. The Tea Table is a pretty cool sight. Pretty close to some baseball fields, I could hear the bats the entire hike.

on Long Point
6 days ago

hiking

Relatively easy trail. Gorgeous views.

on Overlook Rock Trail
8 days ago

hiking

Overall a nice scenic hike. It's a little difficult at times if hiking with kiddos (4 and 5 yo) just because some parts are steeper and rocky but really isn't that bad. Half way in there's a large briar patch you have to go through which kinda sucked and is the reason I only gave it four stars. Overlook rock and the more open parts on the ridge were definitely worth it however.

on Endless Wall
10 days ago

hiking

Easier hike with minimal incline. We parked at the second trail head and hiked to the first, then doubled back. There are several places to take in the gorgeous views of the gorge. You can even see the bridge in the distance at a couple of the overlooks. From the second trail head (and by second I mean the second you come to on Lansing-Edmond Road heading East), it is a short walk to get to the first views, so if that is your goal you can make this a much shorter hike. The stretch from the gorge's edge to the first trail head does go through some beautiful forest, though.

on Lost Trail
10 days ago

hiking

Great trail! Good workout on the hills. The trail itself was a little muddy, but well marked. The whole thing is shaded. Good spots to stop and take a water break. No creek or lake to cool off in, though. I'd do it again!