Midland Trail

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Midland Trail

Address:c/o Midland Trail Scenic Highway Association
237 Capitol St
Charleston, WV 25301

Phone:304-343-6001
Web: www.midlandtrail.com Description:Byway is a gateway to world-class whitewater rafting, with access to the New and Gauley rivers. Several outfitters in the area offer Class V-VI rafting. The area is also a mecca for outdoor activities such as rock climbing on the face of the New River Gorge. The trail itself was a warpath for both Union and Confederate armies during the Civil War and includes a number of historical sites. Other points of interest include the Greenbrier Hotel, a National Historic Landmark and West Virginia's only five-star resort, and the nearby Oakhurst Links, the oldest golf course in the country, built in 1884.
Legth: 117 miles. Start/Endpoint: Route runs from the town of White Sulphur Springs northwest on US 60 to just past Charleston. Time to Allow: 2 hours. Designation/Year: National Scenic Byway (2000).

See other parks in West Virginia.