Backpacking Trails in West Virginia
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Backpacking Trails in West Virginia

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West Virginia has 11 backpacking trails. These trails range from 6.2 to 31.8 miles in length. The most popular trails are Big Schloss, Seneca Creek Trail to Spruce Knob Summit - Spruce Knob–Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area and Kanawha Trace Trail. Trails.com member David R. recently completed North Fork Mountain Trail.
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In German, schloss means “castle.” In Virginia, schloss can only refer to one geologic ...
Backpacking without the backpack? This is a dream come true on the 31.8-mile Kanawha Trace ...
North Fork Mountain Trail is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Pendleton County, West ...
Sure, you could drive to within 900 feet of the highest point in West Virginia. But creek-to- ...
Perched atop the dramatic sandstone cliffs of Big Schloss, you’ll enjoy sweeping views ...
If you study a topographic map of West Virginia’s most popular hiking regions, you’re ...
High above the eastern seaboard, West Virginia’s Roaring Plains offer you view after view ...
Winding through its pristine Wilderness, Otter Creek is an enchanting walk at any time ...
Dolly Sods’s tundra-like environment of heaths, meadows, and scattered copses of red spruce ...
Fall asleep to the sound of the babbling Laurel Fork of the Cheat River and awaken to ...
Middle Fork Trail is a hiking trail in Pocahontas County, West Virginia. It is 6.2 miles ...
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