WEST VIRGINIA SCENIC TRAILS ASSOCIATION
The WVSTA in cooperation with the WV Division of
Natural Resources would like to invite hikers and trail
enthusiasts to come out and learn about the Allegheny Trail,
West Virginia’s longest distance hiking trail.
The Allegheny Trail is over 300 miles long following the
Allegheny Highlands of the two Virginia’s beginning at the
Mason Dixon line in Preston County WV in the north to
Monroe County WV in the south where it joins the
Appalachian Trail. The trail passes through four state parks,
two state forests, and three national forests over its course
with shelters and scenic locations scattered throughout.
The WVSTA is a nonprofit volunteer organization that
exists primarily for the building and maintaining of the
Allegheny trail along with numerous other hiking trails in
WV and we encourage any group or individual to join us on
our trail building, maintenance, or social events.
So, if you are looking for a great hike through a diversity of
woodland settings in the beautiful Allegheny Highlands let
this be your first stop.
Light refreshments will be served.
Thursday, March 14, 2019 6:00 P.M.
WV Division of Natural Resources
Elkins Operational Center
738 Ward Rd.
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