Inn-to-inn Walking Guide, Virginia and West VirginiaBook - 2001
If you thought hiking from one bed-and-breakfast to another was something only New Englanders do, you are in for a pleasant surprise. The Inn-to-Inn Walking Guide: Virginia & West Virginia offers readers 20 of the best country rambles found in the Old Dominion and Mountain State.Typical hikes wind through America's cultural landscape, past living history sites and museums, as well as remote mountaintops and forests. Walk along the towpath of a former canal, meander along the level grades of a converted railroad bed, and hike through serene holdings of an elegant resort. Each chapter provides at-a-glance information to a hike's length, difficulty, scenery, lodging information, and more, while detailed trail descriptions get you from one inn to another with confidence and style. Detailed profiles of suggested inns are also included, as well as local dining possibilities. Don't let the idea of carrying a heavy pack and sleeping on the cold ground keep you from a pleasant walk in the woods. With this book as your guide, you can hike on some of the most pleasant, pack-free rambles these two states have to offer.Trails include: Appalachian Trail, Allegheny Trail, C & O Canal Towpath, Chessie Trail, Greenbrier River Trail, Huckleberry Trail, New River Trail, North Bend Trail, and Virginia Creeper Trail.
Publisher: Birmingham, Ala. : Menasha Ridge Press, , ©2001
Edition: First edition
Branch Call Number: 796.51 Cl
Description: viii, 199 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
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