Montrose, West Virginia (WV), a community in Randolph County, was incorporated in 1895 and named because of the profusion of wild roses found growing while the West Virginia Central Railroad was under construction. Montrose is situated in the northern Tygart Valley on Leading Creek near the Monongahela National Forest.
Lodging near Montrose, West Virginia
Montrose is located on highway US-219 approximately 12 miles north of Elkins, West Virginia, and 11 miles west of Parsons, West Virginia.
Map of Montrose, West Virginia
Montrose is located in the Allegheny Highlands Region in eastern West Virginia.