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Trail would be very nice for walking.
My family and I took our Husky with us and all had an enjoyable day. The entire trail is very well maintained. The inside of the tunnel is extremely nice but the sides do tend to get washed out from the water. Be sure to stay close to the center to avoid slipping and falling. We took headlamps and it made the trek easy.
Well paved, not a lot of signage. Good parking. You have have cross traffic quite a bit which wasn't great for my ride..
Can someone tell me how far it is from Caldwell to Renick on the trail?
Rode part of this trail with the grands on Sunday. There have been great improvements! Especially the restroom at the Rose Mill parking area - running water and flush toilet! There had been areas in the first few miles that would wash out after a rain and these have all been fixed!!
What at amazing tunnel. High ceilings very clean. Bring flashlight with you
Great ride. The wilderness was awesome and the trail was well maintained. Started at Cass and went south. A fellow rider had a flat that couldn't be fixed. Another trail rider gave him a lift back to Cass where our shuttle driver, Chuck, just happen to be! Thank God for small , no huge, blessings! Overall a good trail trip!
Very nice trail. Only the first few hundred feet are paved and then it turns to crushed stone. Very level, for the most part, with small inclines and declines. There is one bridge where the boards are laid sideways at an angle that is very bumpy, but otherwise the trail is very smooth. The only complaint I have is that, while there are numerous benches and places to take a rest, there are only a couple that provide good river access, especially from mile 3 to the end.
Great trail for families as it is very flat, has pretty scenery plus a covered bridge and an old railcar at the start. Decent parking at the beginning of trail. Trail seemed well maintained.
We rode the entire trail starting at the Intervale Trailhead on a Tuesday in early July 2021. The trail is very well maintained...this is one of the best rail trails we have ridden on...well worth the 4 hour drive to get there. The trail is relatively flat and very smooth. The weather was around 90 degrees, but most of the trail is shaded so not a problem. The scenery along the river and along side the cliffs is spectacular. Since we went in the middle of the week there were very few people on the trail...we did not come across anyone else on the trail north of the Smith Bridge trailhead.
Additionally...AlleghanyOutdoors.com is located at the Intervale Trailhead where you can rent bikes...we used our own bikes, but we came back the next day and rented kayaks and enjoyed a nice easy float down the river...The staff at AlleghanyOutdoors.com were very friendly and helpful. I would recommend both the bike ride and kayaking/tubing. This is a hidden gem.
The Greenbrier River Trail has earned its National fame. It is a well maintained 78 mile trail mostly through the West Virginia wilderness. The trail follows the Greenbrier River from Cass to Caldwell, WV and runs through Marlinton, WV.
Wife and I did the entire trail (about 28 miles round trip) on Friday, June 18, 2021. For context, we rode fat tire ebikes and used low level pedal assist. The trail is mostly flat, wide, and in excellent shape, packed cinders the whole way, very few bumps. The parts along the river are beautiful, but the trail does wind away from the river a good bit. We were lucky in that the day we went was mild for June with low humidity, however, there's lots of shade. Not crowded at all, we were on the trail 2 1/2-3 hours and passed maybe 15 total other bike riders, walkers or runners. We will do this trail again, maybe in the Fall when the leaves are changing.
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