West Virginia Snowmobiling Trails and Maps

Looking for the best Snowmobiling trails around West Virginia?

Find the top rated snowmobiling trails in West Virginia, whether you're looking for an easy short snowmobiling trail or a long snowmobiling trail, you'll find what you're looking for. Click on a snowmobiling trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.

City Trails and Maps in West Virginia

  • Relevance
  • Name
  • Length
0 Result
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating

Register for free!

Register for free with TrailLink today!

We're a non-profit all about helping you enjoy the outdoors
  • View over 30,000 of trail maps
  • Share your trail photos
  • Save your own favourite trails
  • Learn about new trails near you
  • Leave reviews for trails
  • Add new and edit existing trails

Recent Trail Reviews

Glen Dale to Moundsville Rail-Trail


May, 2017 by scottparsons57

Nice little walk. Not 3.4 miles as listed. Could cut the grass and little better around the workout areas, especially on the Glendale end.

Harrison County Northern Rail Trail


April, 2017 by tcapps_tl

Went there and walked half of trail. Good walking trail really no challenges though. But the views and area is nice and clean. Worse part was all the small dogs that live off the trail. I had my dog with me so it was constant barking and coming after us.

Harrison County Northern Rail Trail


April, 2017 by tcapps_tl

Went there today for the first time. Trail was nice and clean. Nice scenery and pleasant walking. We had our Great Dane with us and it is perfect for dogs. The only issues we had was all the sewer drains and the smell. And the houses that are next to the trail have dogs and they wouldn't leave us alone.


Brooke Pioneer Trail

First time walk on this fine trail

April, 2017 by mcgillger

Wonderful view of the Ohio River and nicely paved trail. Hubby and I walked it today from Wellsburg, 4 miles out and 4 miles back. Plenty of benches and historical markers. But, NO PORTAPOTTY OR RESTROOM!!! Kinda ruined it for me!

Allegheny Highlands Trail

Alleghany Highland Trail

April, 2017 by thestew4

My husband and I were looking for a nice long trail to do. We picked this one. Drove down from Canada to do some early Spring riding. We enjoyed the easy 6mile climb from Parsons towards Elkins but were quite surprised passing a wood factory and messy backyards with lots of dogs barking and chained up. I could go on but was disappointed by the whole area.

North Bend Rail Trail

Needs Work

March, 2017 by biagiowallace

This trail could really be a nice riding experience. Its maintenance is very spotty. It does have a number of tunnels which is unique. The trail in a number of areas is not maintained. I believe that the multi-use feature deteriorates the trail. ATV and horseback riding results in some of the damage.

Wheeling Heritage Trails

Winter ride

February, 2017 by christy17

Went to Elm Grove to get a ride in with two of my Boy Scouts who are working towards their merit badges. Loved the ride! The road markings around WVNCC are somewhat faded and the return route by the Boury Loft project is blocked by construction equipment and debris. Overall, the trail is in good shape. Several signs were defaced and there are no mileage markers on the Elm Grove section, but it was a beautiful day with good company. Did 15.2 miles on an up-and-back route, using Elm Grove as our terminus.

Wheeling Heritage Trails

new things on the trail

November, 2016 by mistypullen13

When you go north of the heritage port in Wheeling, the cracks have been paved, and where there was a go around, is now done and you don't have to go around anything trying to figure out how to get back. I wouldn't go past that point before it reopened(would go to the Local grocery before turning around) due to having extra wheels.

Elk River Trail

A nice fall walk

November, 2016 by billbrockman

We walked it, but consider it suitable for a good bike. I see now where it could serve as an emergency exit from the residential street at one end, as another review mentioned.

It was a really nice scenic walk on a nice fall day.

Brooke Pioneer Trail

Brooke/ Wheeling Heritage Trails

November, 2016 by christy17

Started at the Pike Island Locks and Dam. My son and I went north and turned around where the Brooke trail veers around the old Wheeling-Pitt property. The Wheeling side was in good shape (a lot of blown garbage from the nearby roadway). On the Brooke section, plenty of benches, rest stops, and one historical section which was interesting. Well marked, Brooke side had downed trees on path (small ones). Enjoyable day, not bad on bad knees.

Blackwater Canyon Trail

Labor Day

November, 2016 by george.dasher

We rode this trail just before Labor Day. Parked at Hedricks and rode up, had a beer or two (and excellent crossaints (however you spell them)) at the Purple Fiddle in Thomas, and drifted all the way back down to our cars. It was great ride, and the trail was well maintained--unlike our previous experience on this trail. We will most likely do this again--and again.

WV Route 9 Bike Path

Good workout. Pretty trail this fall

October, 2016 by bbladen

I have always wanted to do this trail. Driving from Berkeley Medical Center, Martinsburg, WV to Jefferson Medical Center, Ranson, WV may times, I have looked to the left and right on Route 9, thinking, I really want to do that trail. Today I got that chance. Starting in Ranson, WV trail head, I made my way through the 10 miles to the trail's end. (Note the parking lot is across the exit and not at the trail head,but it worked.) Not quite to Martinsburg, but about 2 miles shy. The trail is hilly and a bit challenging, not the worst I have ever done and it made a great workout. The ride is in the open; however, since today was a cool fall day, that did not matter. The leaves were beautiful, the ride great; although, a bit noisy with Route 9 following all the way. My only complaint is there are NO bathroom facilities. A "Job Johnnie" at either end would have made the ride more comfortable. At the "Martinsburg side" there is a Gas station about two blocks to the right of the trail. The only downfall is crossing busy route 9. All in all: Glad I did this ride!

Explore by City

Explore by City

Explore by Activity

Explore by Activity

Log in to your account to:

  • View trail paths on the map
  • Save trails to your account
  • Add trails, edit descriptions
  • Share photos
  • Add reviews

Register for free!

Join TrailLink (a non-profit) to view more than 30,000 miles of trail maps and more!