This remote trail along an old logging-eral railroad grade, in the Tea Creek Recreation Area of Monongahela National Forest is a favorite of mountain bikers and is wide and well maintained. Despite the mountain elevation, the trail is mostly flat. This is a great opportunity to explore a beautiful wilderness. This trail can connect with the Williams River Trail, the Bear Pen Ridge Trail,the Tea Creek Mountain Trail, adn the Red Run Trail.
Parking and Trail Access
1) Forest Road 24. Take Route 219 to Mine Road. Turn left on Mine Road and drive 3.5 miles on the gravel road (Forest Road 24) to the trailhead on the left.
2) Route 219 to West Virginia Route 150. Turn left on 150 and follow it five miles to the trailhead on the right.
Two Parts: Upper & Lower Mountains