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Sam Fromartz reviewed Table Rock
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Hiking

Beautiful trail. Although flat it has some surface variations like rocks and towards the end, muddy patches. You can bypass many of them but if wearing sneakers your feet will likely get wet. Great view at the end overlooking a wooded valley and surrounding mountains. One note: we didn’t realize how far in it was on the loop road from the turnoff on Rt 32. It clocked at just under 10 miles and took half an hour to reach the trail head.

Alexis Marietta reviewed Pancake Rocks
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HikingOff trailOver grownRocky

Definitely worth the hike up but very overgrown and poorly marked. You’ll see it maybe 5-10 minutes into the hike on your left. Look for a thing of stacked rocks. I definitely passed it the first time around. You’ll follow little stacked rocks up the trail. Beautiful once you reach the top. Also hiked this with my chihuahua and she did great on it.

Paul Kiernan reviewed Flatrock Trail
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HikingMuddyOver grown

Hiked up Flatrock Run Trail from Laneville. Went a bit past the intersection with Roaring Plains Trail, about six miles in. Despite starting in the same valley as Red Creek Trail, Flatrock Run appears to be way less traveled. Be ready for some spider webs to the face. Panoramic were few and far between. But the elevation gain was greater than one typically finds in WV.

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Jeb Smith reviewed Pancake Rocks
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HikingGreat!Rocky

Finding this trail was a little tricky but my wife and I didn't use the guide map on this app right away, lol. This trail is marked with stacks of rocks others have left behind not any other trail markers. If you follow the trail map on the app it'll take you right to it. Stay to the left on the way up and the right on the way down, if you do you'll find stacks of rocks all the way up. Great views and really cool scenery along the way.

Krissy Reynolds reviewed Red Spruce Knob
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Hiking

Lothlorien in WV!

Haydyn O'Brien reviewed Red Spruce Knob
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HikingOver grown

Very cool trail, fairly easy although very overgrown about half way through it. Felt cool even on a hot day, would definitely do this one again.

Maya H. reviewed Flatrock Trail
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HikingMuddyOver grownRocky
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Summer Webb-Sundstrom reviewed Blackwater Canyon Trail
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Mountain bikingGreat!
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Matthew Pritchard reviewed Table Rock
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Max Sheridan reviewed Blackbird Knob Trail
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HikingMuddyRocky

Did this in July 2020 with a big group of people + dogs. We started on the west side and it was about 1.5 miles from the parking lot to the trailhead. We took trail 511 eastward and stopped at the juncture with trail 514 (about half way) and came back. 8 miles total per my watch. Awesome, diverse terrain, from dense forests to sods. Be ready to get a little muddy and go over a lot of rocky paths. Not much elevation change on the section that we did. Fun time overall.

John Pate reviewed Tea Creek Trail
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Hiking

Beautiful trail. The first .5 -1 mile has a bit of elevation, but the rest is relatively flat and by a beautiful river. Muddy at times and some of the creek crossings are tricky, but worth it. We intended to do the loop but changed our plans once we realized how nice the tea creek trail was.

Lacy Rucker reviewed Table Rock
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Hiking

We hiked Table Rock this past Saturday with my boyfriend’s parents. Like others before me, I definitely recommend turning off on Canaan Loop Rd off Hwy 32 just south of Davis. The road was your typical Monongahela NF road (little bumpy with some narrow spots). The view was amazing! The trail is a little rocky and has some muddy spots, but there is very little elevation gain.

Nicholas Fredrick reviewed Table Rock
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HikingMuddyRocky

Good trail, very secluded, probably because it is difficult to get to. When driving to the trail head, google maps will likely have you take dry fork road and then 244 up the mountain. 244 is an unpaved forest road which is often closed and can be quite treacherous. Google maps may also have you take Canaan loop road through black water falls state park which will require a lifted 4x4 vehicle because there is a stream that you will need to ford if you go this way. Instead, take Canaan loop toad off of Rt. 32 at Canaan Heights south of Davis. This will lead you directly to the trail head without requiring a lifted 4x4.

Jasmine Allison reviewed Blackwater Canyon Trail
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Mountain bikingBugsOver grown

I would recommend starting at the bottom in Hendricks, getting that killer incline done first

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Michele Fouts reviewed Blackbird Knob Trail
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Natalie Kazmierczak reviewed Blackbird Knob Trail
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I wasn’t paying attention toward the beginning and walked off the trail. It was pretty easy to get back on it. I did the entire trail (Blackbird Knob 4.7mi) out & back from Forest Road 75 to Route 37. It was very muddy but as long as you have the right boots it’s worth it.

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Melissa Chalk reviewed High Rocks
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Hiking

I thoroughly enjoyed this mostly flat hike. There is a bit of descent and ascent at the end but it wasn't too difficult. had the trail mostly to myself which was nice. I would consider this a good beginner hike.

Nick Rau reviewed North Fork MTB Loop
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HikingOver grownRocky
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