Explore the most popular Parks in West Virginia with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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muddy
3 hours ago

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muddy
3 hours ago

Nice trail but muddy.

Nice hike. Not well marked so take a map.

Great trail loved it

hiking
6 hours ago

Very nice, maintained trail. Trail starts off with a decent incline. Markers are visible to blue (stays along bottom of ridge line), red (continues up to top of ridge line). Overall, a very nice trail and leisure time.

Just a little mud. A couple blow downs. Very enjoyable trail.

hiking
9 hours ago

Nice trail, but maybe not the best after a rain...that puts you walking up a steep hill through a stream. Also, as of Memorial Day Weekend there was a recently fallen tree blocking the path at the ½ way point. You can get around it, but you have to go off path through some briars.

hiking
10 hours ago

Great trail! Nicely maintained.

hiking
10 hours ago

Well groomed, well marked walk thru pretty woodlands. View over valley from viewing deck is beautiful, but no view of rocks themselves. Word of warning - outhouses in both parking lots full to overflowing so use toilet in general store across road. (Discovery center currently closed)

hiking
13 hours ago

Very dog friendly, flat, and shaded. My dogs enjoyed the various squirrels that were running and hopping everywhere. Great view at the end.

Great hike and similar reviews as others noted with the muddy trail conditions. Can't upload pictures here or we could show what we encountered what appears to be mountain lion tracks, piles of scat on the trail, and nearby trees scratched with deep marks. stay alert.

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muddy
1 day ago

This trail starts out very wet, muddy and steep but about 1.2 miles in you are at Tecumseh falls. Myself, my husband and our 3 kids (ages 14, 12 and 10) hiked to the falls in just over an hour even with the rough conditions. The views on the way and once at the falls are stunning! We chose to turn around and hike back out the way we came and it ended up being easier to go back than I thought. 2.4 miles in just under 2 hours, not bad with 3 kids and lots of water to sidetrack and play in. Overall, great trail with great views!

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muddy
washed out
1 day ago

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scramble
1 day ago

hiking
1 day ago

Wonderfull hike! Went after some heavy rain and a few pretty waterfalls off the trails.

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rocky
1 day ago

Really great hike with a stunning view! Followed some of the tips from this page and parked in Bolivar which was very easy. A great day hike!

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muddy
1 day ago

Very nice trail. Graveled all the way till the turn off to hike to the mansion ruins. Perfect for a day hike! The old homestead is a great reward.

on Long Point Trail

hiking
1 day ago

Great walk in the woods with an real treat of a view at the end. About .4 mile of the trail is steep (going down to the point and back up). Go early on a week day if possible...weekends and holidays it is a quite busy. Enjoy!

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muddy
1 day ago

This is hands down one of my favorite hikes in the area. Anytime someone from out of state comes to visit, I take them here. Having such an amazing view of the New River Gorge Bridge at the end of the hike is extremely rewarding. Easily accessible for dogs and kids as well. Make sure you go early if you don’t want a crowd.

Great, self-guided nature trail. We picked up the pamphlet at the main information office, it had lots of fun info to use along the trail. A couple of stream crossings and with the recent heavy rains it was impossible to cross without getting wet but the kids enjoyed it. Overall great, easy trail with beautiful scenery and lots of water.

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muddy
1 day ago

I recommend this trail for dogs. I took my 9lb pup out and only had to pick her up a couple times. Great views, a little muddy, and well shaded. The trail is a loop but you have to walk the last fourth of a mile downhill along the road.

Multiple overlooks with gorgeous views await you on this trail. Bring some good buddies and get to hiking! Dog friendly, too! My group parked in Harper’s Ferry, did southbound, out-and-back. Expect to be on the trail for at least 4 hours and bring proper hydration and light snacks. Well worth the time. I suggest to start your hike in the morning; less people, more tranquil. Overall, not really crowded. A truly moderate hike. Watch out for the beginning incline, though, it’s rocky and demanding.

backpacking
1 day ago

We loved this trail in the late spring because of how otherworldly green everything was! So many types of beautiful mosses cloak much of the higher altitudes along with pure stands of red spruce. Walking along the Middle Fork trail east to west was fun because you get to watch the creek grow from its headwaters into a powerful creek! There are three creek crossings and plenty of West Virginia wetness, so bringing a pair of sandals to change into at camp is recommended because your feet will likely get wet. There is a killer campsite that would fit probably 1-4 people at the first sharp bend on the east side of the Middle Fork trail. As others have said, a map and a compass or a GPS is pretty necessary here to get around. Enjoy the wilderness!

Did the Kaymoor Miner’s Trail first then this trail to get to the long point trail. There was a big tree down over the trail so had to veer into the brush but it was a good hike!

A great family walk, the kids loved exploring the old houses and the paths were well manicured for easy walking!

Really a wonderful trail. Slightly more difficult than expected, expect a couple walks up hill. The trail did cross the stream a few times so my tennis shoes got wet. But well worth it. This trail was beautiful.

hiking
2 days ago

Absolutely beautiful.My wife and I really enjoyed this hike.

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