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West Virginia National Recreation Trails

The newest NRTs in West Virginia:


NRTBrowse all National Recreation Trails in West Virginia: There are 1028.15 miles of NRTs in West Virginia and 12 trails!

Visit West Virginia's "Featured" National Recreational Trails for the most recently designated trail(s)

Visit the National Recreation Trails website to learn more about the NRT program and access over 1,200 NRTs from across the country

 

West Virginia Bicycling and Mountain Biking

 

 

West Virginia Equestrian Trails

 

    Back Country Horsemen of West Virginia volunteers clear trails, work on projects, and support Six Trail Days during the spring, summer and fall: http://www.bchwv.org/

    West Virginia Horse Trails and Campgrounds from: HorseTrailDirectory.com

     

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West Virginia Greenways and Community Trails

 

Charleston's Greenway Initiative is a plan for a trail system in the the Kanawha Valley: http://cityofcharleston.org/neighborwoods/

Marion County trails and recreation: http://marioncvb.com/things-to-do/recreation/

Morgantown Pedestrian Walking and Recreational Trails System: www.morgantownwv.gov/residents/recreation/

Pocahontas County hiking and biking trails: www.pocahontascountywv.com/biking_hiking_trails.aspx

 

West Virginia Hiking Trails

 

 

West Virginia Long-Distance Trails

 

 

West Virginia Off-Highway Vehicle Trails

 

 

West Virginia Rail Trails and Canal Trails

 

    West Virginia Rails-to-Trails Council promotes and helps create rail trails in WV to provide recreational opportunities and stimulate economic development through rail-trail tourism: www.wvrtc.org/

    Greenbrier River Trail is a major rail trail located in eastern West Virginia: www.greenbrierrivertrail.com/

    West Virginia State Parks also has a website for the Greenbrier River Trail: www.greenbrierrailtrailstatepark.com/

    Mon River Trails Conservancy oversees the development and management of the Mon River and Deckers Creek Rail-Trails: www.montrails.org/

    North Bend Rail Trail stretches 72 miles from I-77 near Parkersburg to Wolf Summit in Harrison County: www.wvparks.com/northbendrailtrail/

    Panhandle Trail stretches for 29 miles from Walkers Mill in Collier Township, PA to Colliers, WV: www.panhandletrail.org/

    West Fork Trail is a 27-mile long rail-trail that runs from Durbin, WV to the Shavers Fork River: www.wvbike.org/west_fork_trail/

 

West Virginia Snow Trails

 

 

West Virginia Waterway and Boating Trails

 

 

West Virginia Statewide Advocacy and Resources

 

 

West Virginia State Trails Program

 

 

West Virginia Outdoor Recreation

 

 

 

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