Cross-Country Skiing Trails in West Virginia
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Cross-Country Skiing Trails in West Virginia

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1 - 19 mi
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West Virginia has 14 cross-country skiing trails. These trails range from 1.5 to 19.5 miles in length. The most popular trails are Big Schloss, Cranberry/Tri-Rivers Rail-Trail and Thurmond-Minden Trail. Trails.com member Hattie M. recently completed New Winterplace Ski Resort.
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In German, schloss means “castle.” In Virginia, schloss can only refer to one geologic ...
Rend Trail is a hiking trail in Fayette County, West Virginia. It is within New River ...
Following the widespread timber operations that finally dried up in the 1940s, backcountry ...
Flat Top Mountain is home to New Winterplace—West Virginia’s southernmost and only ski ...
Meandering along the placid West Fork River, this popular local trail passes by farmland ...
Traveling high above the crashing rapids of the New River, this popular, leafy trail offers ...
Tucked away in one of the quietest and most pristine corners of the New River Gorge, this ...
Based just two miles from Canaan Valley Ski Resort, Timberline surfaced about 20 years ...
Decades after the last logging outfits left behind the highlands of Pocahontas County’s ...
Tunneling through thickets of rhododendron, this gently climbing trail above Dunloup Creek, ...
One of Tea Creek’s fabulous, well-maintained trails, this wide, rocky, spruce-lined rail-trail ...
From the timber town of Richwood, this recently opened trail (1997) runs along three different ...
Curtained by green rhododendrons and mountain laurel, this short trail travels most of ...
Climbing up Canaan Mountain to its broad, spruce-sprinkled summit, this rugged rail-trail ...
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