LINKS TO INTERESTING AND INFORMATIVE SITES
Towns, State Parks/Forests, National Forests along the Allegheny Trail
(HOPE YOU CAN USE SOME OF THEM)
Buckeye Trail Association
For information about the Buckeye Trail in Ohio
Kanawha Trail Club
Hiking club headquartered in Charleston, WV
Tracking and Woods Lore: Cultural Exchanges of the 18th Century
West Virginia Division of Natural Resources
Provides access to web sites for West Virginia state parks and forests
West Virginia Scenic Trails Association
For information about the Allegheny Trail in West Virginia
HIKING GUIDE TO THE ALLEGHENY TRAIL
The guide can be ordered online at West Virginia Scenic Trails Association
WEST VIRGINIA HIKING TRAILS - Hiking the Mountain State:
Allen de Hart
Appalachian Mountain Club
5 Joy St.
Boston, MA 02108
MONONGAHELA NATIONAL FOREST HIKING GUIDE:
Allen de Hart & Bruce Sundquist
West Virginia Highlands Conservancy
P.O. Box 306
Charleston, WV 25321
RAIL TRAILS IN WEST VIRGINIA
West Virginia Rails-to-Trails Council
P.O. Box 8889
South Charleston, WV 25303
GUIDEBOOK TO HIKING THE KANAWHA TRACE(B.S.A. Trail)
Troop 42 / Kanawha Trace Webpage
Tri-state Area Council, B.S.A., Inc
733 7th Ave.
Huntington, WV 25701
TUSCARORA TRAIL GUIDES AND MAPS
Potomac Appalachian Trail Club
118 Park Street, S.E.
Vienna, VA 22180-4609
TOWNS ALONG ALLEGHENY TRAIL
Located near Blackwater Falls State Park this town is know as the highest incorporated town in the sate of West Virginia at an elevation of 3,200 feet.
Town on Greenbrier and Allegheny Trails and home of the Cass Scenic Railroad State Park which has a steam powered excursion train running to the top of Bald Knob, the second highest peak in West Virginia.