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Covering over 4,000 acres with well marked West Virginia hiking trails, serene forests, rolling hills, quiet streams and the stunning Appalachian Mountains as a backdrop.

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The Resort at Glade Springs traverses some of the most spectacular scenery West Virginia has to offer.

It is the ideal place for a day of hiking in West Virginia. While hiking our picturesque trails or forests it is not uncommon to wander upon a beautiful white tailed deer. Squirrels and chipmunks frolic playfully through the wilderness as they search for nuts and berries.

For bird watchers, our trails and forests are the perfect places to spot West Virginia's state bird the majestic cardinal, red winged blackbirds, woodpeckers and several other species.

Little Beaver State Park

Located less than 5 miles from the resort, Little Beaver State Park has a whole lot to do with little driving. This 562-acre park features, 18 hiking trails which range in difficulty and length. So whether you are planning a full day of hiking, or a morning stroll through the West Virginia landscapes, Little Beaver State Park has a hiking trail ready for you.

Grandview National Park

While you are at The Resort at Glade Springs you are in the Grandview area and this is one attraction you can't miss out on! The park has 5 trails with stunning views of the New River and the surrounding mountains. Featuring an outstanding overlook and a seasonal outdoor drama theatre, Grandview National Park is amazing.

Bluestone National Scenic River

Bluestone National Scenic River is preserved as a living landscape that provides a truly natural experience for visitors and a safe dwelling place for a variety of plants and animals. Bluestone National Park protects a 10-mile section of the Bluestone River here in Southern West Virginia. From late spring through fall, Bluestone National Scenic River offers the Bluestone River Walk, a two-mile round trip hike along the river, led by a park ranger.



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