Address: Frankford, WV 24938, USA
Wonderful bike trail that is an old rail line along the Greenbrier river. I only wish we had more time to go further long the trail. We will definitely come back to ride it again.
Wow. What a great trail for biking,hiking or running. The surface is flat and mostly smooth. It is well maintained and there is bathroom facilities and water pumps along the way. We bikes 20 miles our first time there. We can’t wait to …
It was kind of confusing for us "out of towner's" not really knowing where to go & gps isn't the best out there in the mountains but hubby and I made do with where gps took us & I still got some great photos and hubby was able to toss his …
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There are hand pumps supplying drinking water along the way (see the latest GRT map for locations) as well as springs, streams and the river that one could filter and drink.
Paved portion is in the middle both north and south from Marlinton. The start of the trail is on Sonehouse Road in Caldwell.
Yes, there are several camping sites along the trail that have tent pads, a few with shelters. Also some have water pumps and latrines.
It is flat. There is one small mound at mile marker 13 where the side of a cliff fell on the trail and the trail was rebuilt over the rock slide. Otherwise it is flat. Join the " Greenbrier River Trail " Facebook Group for more information about the trail and to have all of your questions answered.
You can't go wrong. The first 15 miles is lovely but more crowded. A quiet, beautiful part is from Buckeye to Sebert.
The GRT has been totally open for two years. Unfortunately, old articles about the June 2016 washouts keep showing up in places. Enjoy your trip.
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