|Mon River Trails|
Mon River Trails in West Virginia are a
nice change of pace for someone looking for some new trails other than
in Western PA. They
are located right off of I-79, making them a reasonable drive for anyone
from Western PA.
Unfortunately, I can not provide to much information on these trails since I only rode on them once. To top it off, I did not do much research before riding them, so I did not go to far. I did ride a portion of the Caperton Trail and the Mon River Trail South.
The Caperton Trail is paved, so you will see a lot of local WVU students, walking, jogging, and rollerblading. As for the Mon River Trail South, it is the traditional limestone. There were a few dams that I passed on my excursion, but that was pretty much it.
I have heard from a few people that the Deckers Creek Trail is an enjoyable ride. So if you are in the area, you may want to check that one out. I plan on riding all of these trails in the future, so hopefully I will have more to comment on.
Points Of Interest: Various Dams, WVU.
Trail Web Site- Mon River Trails
This site was last updated 07/29/06