Can't believe I just found this 78-mile hiking/biking/walking trail! Native West Virginian with a newfound appreciation for the scenic byways in our beautiful state. The Greenbrier River Trail is a sublime piece of nature that you don't want to miss. We've biked at the lower end of the trail several times starting from Caldwell. There is good parking near the river and just a couple of miles up the trail you'll find restrooms, with benches along the way for those traveling a more leisurely pace.
We also biked in the mid-section of the trail from Burnside to Watoga. Such an easy ride! Each new experience on the trail confirms what a great "find" this is.
If you want, you can stay at a B&B in Marlinton and even have one of the local tour guides pick you up at a specific location on the trail and bring you back to your lodging location.
As someone else wrote, the fall is spectacular--not to be missed. Pack a light lunch and enjoy one of West Virginia's best kept secrets, though not for much longer.