Hiking The Seneca State Forest
The 2nd most popular hiking trail in West Virginia.
Tuesday 12 July 2016 03:14 GMT
Northeast of Lewsiburg and Marlinton near Cass, the Seneca State Forest (no relation to Seneca Rocks) has 23 miles of challenging, scenic hiking trails, including sections of both the Allegheny Trail and the Greenbrier River Trail. West Virginias oldest state forest is located within the Monogahelia National Forest and has excellent rustic cabins. Located 4 miles south of Dunmore on SR28.
Overall, Seneca State Forest is the 2nd most popular hiking trail of all 15 hikes in West Virginia.