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Gasline Tail Loop is a 1.9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Barboursville, West Virginia that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 1.9 miles Elevation Gain: 272 feet Route Type: Loop

dogs on leash

hiking

nature trips

walking

bird watching

running

forest

views

wild flowers

over grown

hiking
14 days ago

not marked wellat all and overgrown

hiking
off trail
over grown
1 month ago

Unmarked the majority of the way. We backtracked multiple times just trying to find our way. This isn’t really a trail. It’s just a romp they the woods. One positive , we can upon a baby fawn nestled in the high weeds, sunning.

hiking
1 month ago

several intersections. follow the map. pretty hike.

hiking
6 months ago

Great workout but enough resting spots to be enjoyable. Views are great when the leaves are off the trees. It is not marked but at the beginning just follow the gas pipeline signs. Towards the end of you take any of the trails that go right your find your way back to the beginning.

hiking
over grown
8 months ago

This trail is not marked well

hiking
muddy
off trail
over grown
8 months ago

Good workout. Had the dogs with us, but we did get lost a few times due to several trails intertwined with no markings.

hiking
bugs
over grown
9 months ago

Not too bad of a trail. Nothing is marked though, so without this app I would have been lost. There are many trails that intersect so it's a bit confusing. Some areas are over grown but not too terrible.

hiking
11 months ago

not marked at all and overgrown in most places. only plus was I saw 5 separate deer that weren't the least bit scared I walked with 10 foot of them eating.

hiking
bugs
muddy
off trail
11 months ago

This trail wasn’t bad as far as the hike alone. There were no signs, Trail Blazers, or marking at all. It was difficult to stay on track. Many side trails made it confusing. Without the all trails pro App I would have been lost. If this had been marked however this would have been a nice trail. The first part,just under the first half was a wide trail big enough for a vehicle. Then you go into the woods onto a well beaten path. This hike was pleasantly challenging because of the hills we had to climb. But the fact we went off trail a few times was a bit frustrating. If it were marked better It has potential to be a 5 star trail.

walking
Wed Aug 01 2018

The trail is overgrown and not maintained. I was disappointed.

hiking
Mon May 29 2017

Beautiful trail and easy to get to. Many crossing trails which makes the route a little confusing. Could be better marked.

hiking
Tue Nov 29 2016

I'm confused. is this trail really only 1.9 miles because, by the reviews it sounds much longer.

Sat Nov 14 2015

Very well marked and maintained.

hiking
Sat Oct 05 2013

Great hike! Completed in Feb of 2013 in about 6" of snow. We had a large English Mastiff with us which proved to be a challenge at the many fence crossings (can't exactly lift a 190# dog over a barbed wire fence). The shelters were great and the trail is well marked. The scouts have done a great job building solid bridges over the larger streams.

hiking
Sun Mar 25 2012

beautiful country

hiking
Wed May 19 2010

Mostly used by Boy Scouts. Some parts may be over grown at times. Good trail for this area.

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