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Tyler Kacich
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Hiking

Great, easy trail. Beautiful view of the bridge

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Joe Steinkamp
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Hiking

Great trail, worth the view. We saw plenty of dogs along the way, so bring your furry friend along.

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Maddy Bell
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Hiking

One of the classic New River Gorge views with the bridge featured perfectly in the center. Easy hike, the only uphill is on the way out for about half a mile or so

Vanessa Dupree
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Hiking

Absolutely wonderful trail. My family and I hiked this trail from Cass to Caldwell over 7 days. There is so much to this trail I don’t really know where to start. I will say that the maps are pretty much accurate. Water access is pretty good. There are pumps along the trail. Or, if you have a filter springs and creeks, as well as the river. However, the river is not as accessible as one would think along the trail. There are a lot of campsites. Although there are only 1 site at some areas, we shared our space with people because it was so busy on the trail. Also, there are some Adirondack shelters along the way too. Pit toilets are in some areas as well. Wildlife is plentiful. Keep an eye on the river when it is near. We saw herons, bald eagles, coyote, bear, many deer-some with fawns at their side, chipmunks, squirrels, lots of snakes, turtles, and I’m probably forgetting something! The trail is secluded in some areas & busy in others. I felt totally safe the whole time I was on the trail.

Caroline Silver
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HikingOff trailOver grown

Way back extra loop route

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Jasmine Allison
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HikingBugsOver grown

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

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Jopet Poyaoan
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BugsRocky

Definitely a moderate. The trail is well cleared. What made it moderate is its multiple slopes and curves. Leg burning for both trail walk, run, and biking.

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Kenny Morrison
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HikingMuddy

Some shaded sections were muddy despite dry conditions. Otherwise trail was very well marked and well trimmed

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Lee Lukasik
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HikingBugsRocky
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Jeremy Stump
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Mountain biking

I would recommend to begin by crossing the road and dropping downhill first. Nice great of easy/moderate rocky trail down to and along creek. I suggest this direction because the newer gravel on the other end makes the climb , out to the roadside trail, much nicer than the alternative direction. Added the reservoir loop and bits just to lengthen the ride back. Might connect the scotts run to the headwaters trail and intermediate ski hill for a full 2 hour ride. COOP’s is the best!

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Kevin Zhea
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Hiking

This trail was lame. A town with so many awesome trails. This was boring. No waterfalls or water at all like some of the pics suggest. I gave 3 stars just because it was well marked and maintained.

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Jodi Dodd
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Hiking

Great gravel path. Flat. Benches along the way. I’d never seen this very lovely side of Huntington! Wonderful!

Marie Colerick
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This was a surprisingly nice trail but do get there early because parking is an issue!!

Audrey Elswick
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Hiking

Great trail. Mostly all shaded, except out on the rocks of course. Coming back out is an incline and will definitely have your heart pumping. The view at the end is worth it though.

Michele Magruder
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Hiking

Great trail, definitely recommend. Part of the blue trail was closed, so we did the orange trail to Split Rock. Wasn’t too busy on a Sat, so good for still following social distancing. The park’s parking lots filled up by about 8:45am but the Quality Inn on Union st will let you park there for $10. Almost all of the trail is under shade, view is gorgeous. First 1-1.5 miles were the hardest part, some steep parts - our dog handled it well but would be tough for littler dogs or small kids.

Angela Norman
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HikingMuddyOver grown

We loved the trail. Milk weed is very closely grown to the trail and it is quite muddy in some places, but it is easy to follow and well marked. Very cool historical facts at one place on the trail.

Rachel Hyde
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Hiking

This park has the best local hiking! We did a longer route (6.4 miles) and started with where Dark Side of the Moon and Gary's Grind meet at the creek. Beautiful area all around the creek! We took Dark Side of the Moon up the hill, then connected to Little Gnarly right before the upper terminus of DSotM. We then took Little Gnarly to Gary's Grind and continued up to the old horse camp area near the Ritchie county line. We took a break there, then crossed the road and went out the easier White Oak Ridge trail to the terminus at Volcano Road and back. From there we backtracked to Gary's Grind to pick up the upper terminus of the Pumphouse trail and took it down the hill and back to the parking lot where we started. Lots of interesting 100+ year-old oilfield relics along the Pumphouse trail!

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David Gordon
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Hiking

Walked the trail backwards. Last 1.6 was up hill. Great hike. However whomever recorded this as 6.8 is a liar it is 8 miles.

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Brian Foy
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HikingMuddy
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Erik Spurgin
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Hiking

Flat, fine gravel path best for biking. A bit boring for a hike but nice views of the river.

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Alexis Kirk
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HikingBugsMuddyOff trailOver grown

This trail was confusing! Take these considerations When doing this trail. 1. There are intersections that have the green Blaze going all directions. Download the heat map and that will help you. 2. The trail is muddy. Make sure to have waterproof shoes. 3. The trail is overgrown in many areas that are also prime for snakes. 4. The trail was actually 3 miles for us.

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Katie Fagan
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Hiking

Just past first marked map sign there’s a steep unmarked path on the left that will take you down to Pendleton Falls.

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