Cranberry/Tri-Rivers Rail-Trail

Richwood, West Virginia

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From the timber town of Richwood, this recently opened trail (1997) runs along three different rivers, the Cherry, the Gauley (one of the country’s most famous white-water rivers), and the Cranberry. The prettiest section is beyond the Gauley–Cranberry confluence, where sweeping views take in remote corners of the Monongahela National Forest. Surface: Crushed stone.
Rails To Trails: Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia

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Rails To Trails: Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia

by Barbara A. Noe (The Globe Pequot Press)

From the timber town of Richwood, this recently opened trail (1997) runs along three different rivers, the Cherry, the Gauley (one of the country’s most famous white-water rivers), and the Cranberry. The prettiest section is beyond the Gauley–Cranberry confluence, where sweeping views take in remote corners of the Monongahela National Forest. Surface: Crushed stone.

© 2000 Barbara A. Noe/The Globe Pequot Press. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Cross-Country Skiing, Fishing, Mountain Biking, Rail-Trails, Walking
Nearby City: Richwood
Distance: 16.5
Trail Type: Shuttle
Surface:
Access: Easy to Moderate
Season & Limits: Open year round
Accessibility: Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible
Local Contacts: Richwood Chamber of Commerce
Driving Directions: Directions to Cranberry/Tri-Rivers Rail-Trail

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