Muddlety Walking Trail is a 1.6 mile lightly trafficked point-to-point trail located near Summersville, West Virginia that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, running, and mountain biking.

Length1.6 miElevation gain124 ftRoute typePoint to point
Kid friendlyHikingMountain bikingWalkingrunningForestLakeViews
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Note: Users report that this trail is difficult to find and runs along private property.

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Reviews (9)
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Recordings (5)
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Jonathan Hoopengarner
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Hiking

Started on the southern trailhead . Nice little trail

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Kristin Gawthrop
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HikingMuddyOff trailPrivate property

Poorly marked. Hard to determine which path to take. Runs along part of a gravel road and private property. At a point, I just had to call it quits and return because I couldn’t determine whether I was on a trail or trespassing on private property.

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Sierra Taylor
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Hiking

Trail was extremely hard to find. It runs along private property with the trial being unmarked it’s hard to determine which way to go

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Donna Miller
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HikingMuddyOver grownPrivate propertyRocky

The trail is not marked at all. The trail markings were knocked down and on the ground. The trail goes behind private property and starts out as gravel. You want to go up/left where the gravel splits (twice). The trail then turn a little muddy after you pass behind someone's house. After the 2nd bridge, the trail turns into high grass. We turned around at that point. I would skip this trail and do the long point one instead. You definitely need the app going to help navigate on this one.

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Christy Johnson
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Hiking

Not the best. The trail is not easily marked on the side trails. The side trails are over grown. No blazes or markers for side trails. Water was nice to see.

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Dennie Large
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HikingOff trailPrivate property

Not sure if I should even write a review because the trail was never found. First arrived thought this is gonna be a good trail. Walked about a mile past the picnic area and the bridges and saw nothing but private property signs no trespassing. If this trail still exist it is not marked very well. The bridges and picnic area right past the parking area were great but past that was a waste off time for hiking

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Donna Crabtree
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Hiking
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Ronnie “Porker” Lefler Jr.
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Ronnie “Porker” Lefler Jr.
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