West Virginia is easily one of the most beautiful states in the entire country. It owes much of its beauty to the fantastic nature trails that call the state home. Some of these trails are even located near our hometown city of Beckley! While the weather is nice and warm this summer, be sure to make a trip out to these hiking trails near Beckley, West Virginia.
Lewis McManus Memorial Honor Trail
Length: 4.1 miles
Running right through the heart of Beckley, this trail provides wonderful views of both the city and its natural surroundings.
Glade Creek Trail
Length: 6.2 miles
The Glade Creek Trail provides hikers with some breathtaking views of West Virginia’s New River Gorge.
Grandview Rim Trail
Length: 2.8 miles
Also located near the New River Gorge, the Grandview Rim Trail has earned its name by offering up some grand scenes of the New River Gorge area.
Stone Cliff Trail
Length: 4.0 miles
Upriver along the New River lies the Stone Cliff Trail, a popular spot for both camping and boating.
Gwinn Ridge Trail
Length: 3.2 miles
If you are searching for a trail that will help you get away from the business of everyday life, then the Gwinn Ridge Trail is the perfect spot for you!
Good luck on your hiking adventure this summer in West Virginia!by