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This trail is really lovely! We hiked from the north end that starts at Cass all the way to Stony Bottom. In spite of rain the day before, it was a nice walk. Some soggy spots, but we were fine in regular walking shoes.
Biked with my 13 and 6 year old. We traveled 42 miles and camped along the trail. This was very fun. The boys loved fishing and swimming in the river. Camped one night at watago state park. This is a really nice state park.
My husband and I did the full end to end trail. The bus ride to the top was kind scary (think bus on curvy rd). but the bike trip down was pretty awesome. It is a bit steep at the top, of course, so be...More
Loved the ride - a lot of nature and great views. We did this ride over two days and camped one night (trail is 78 miles long). A couple of notes for future riders:
1) Their map says there is a campsite at milepost 12.9...More
My wife and I spend a lot of time riding along the Greenbrier Trail between the southern terminus in Caldwell, WV and Marlinton, WV located approximately 53 miles north. This was our first ride along the section north of Marlinton. We totally enjoyed it! For...More
If you want an exhilarating but easy bike ride this is the ride for you. We did 26 miles to Cass, spent the night and biked back the next day. The trail is beautiful and very well maintained. We met a lot of happy people...More
This is a magical place. Trout and small mouth bass in the river, deer are accustomed to seeing people. We came within 15 feet of two deer eating next to the trail and they were staring at us while we were staring at them. Very...More
The bike trail runs for more than 75 miles and parallels the Greenbrier River. This is truly a wonderful ride. I recommend mountain bikes or at least tires that are 32mm to 38mm wide. The day we rode we saw black bear cubs on two...More
Response from gregoryj394 | Reviewed this property |
Mostly depends on your transportation arrangements. The entire trail is sceanic but I most enjoy the section from Cass to Marlinton. It is approximately 25 miles in length one way. Find a nice B &B on line in Marlinton for... More
Mostly depends on your transportation arrangements. The entire trail is sceanic but I most enjoy the section from Cass to Marlinton. It is approximately 25 miles in length one way. Find a nice B &B on line in Marlinton for lodging unless you live close enough to do it in a day. There is an outdoor store in Marlinton that will provide a shuttle but call to arrange first. That is unless the B&B will provide one or you have transportation. Get shuttled to Cass and then ride to Marlinton. Make sure you have a light on your bike for the one tunnel transit.
I have not myself walked all the trail since the June 2016 floods.....but per those in charge of the trail it's all good.....and the parts I have been on are the same as they have been for years....good. While we have had... More
I have not myself walked all the trail since the June 2016 floods.....but per those in charge of the trail it's all good.....and the parts I have been on are the same as they have been for years....good. While we have had some water issues we have escaped the big issues. thx
Response from 256richarda256 | Reviewed this property |
Your Best option is to stay in Marlinton. Not a lot of options along the way.
Cass is a nice place at the upper end of the trail.
Not sure about hotels but they have a nice scenic railroad you can ride .