Two Run and Stone Trough Trails

MODERATE 5 reviews
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Two Run and Stone Trough Trails is a 4.9 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Cedarville, West Virginia and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

DISTANCE
4.9 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
725 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Loop

dogs on leash

hiking

hiking
1 month ago

Like all other reviews say... don't do this trail if it's recently rained. Crossed a creek 14 times in it! Pretty wilderness down in the bottoms though. Not listed here is the North Boundry Trail which is an extra mile extenstion that is fairly flat with lots of moss growth and very beautiful shale barrens on top of a ridge for you to view.

hiking
2 months ago

Don't mess around with this one. We were not prepared for the Stone Trough Trail. We entered thru the camp ground, scaled a mountain, got lost, found the trough, found some old water pump thing, then tracked thru some thickets.
Great day. We felt like we survived it. But go prepared, and you'll love it too.

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

This trail was awesome! We too went after a rain and it was treacherous, but so much fun. We all came back covered in mud. I highly recommend it. The trough all the way at the top was cool, as was walking the ridge line, then coming back down was slick, but watching every person fall was a blast.

hiking
Friday, June 27, 2014

Only done the stone trough loop, and its a doozy, it was also during a rainstorm. Overall it's what you expect in that country, mountainous terrain with lots of hardwood forest. A few of the descents were very steep with no switchbacks. Making it a little treacherous with the rain. I had to go ninja style and grab roots and slide down backward. They wouldn't be terrible in drier conditions. Saw a bear maybe towards the end. I couldn't really tell, just a black figure and leaves rustling. Overall it seems like a good trail with some serious climbs. I look forward to going back on a drier day and doing the whole loop. There is also another trail connected, North Boundary Trail, making it a few more miles.