Hiking

More than 4,000 miles of designated hiking trail wander the hills of West Virginia, literally ascending from its lowest points along the Ohio and the Potomac rivers to its highest at Spruce Knob. Along the way, hiking trails wander through state and national parks and lead through towns of every kind.

WE’RE SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE: HIKING INFORMATION AT WEST VIRGINIA EXPLORER IS DOWN AND WILL BE PUBLISHED AGAIN IN AUTUMN 2014.