Saturday, June 16, 2018

Greenbrier River Trail (West Virginia)

Since our last trip, I bought a new bike for Rebecca and its geometry seems to have alleviated her hip pain. With that hurdle behind us, it was time to set our sights for the Greenbrier trail in hopes of redemption.

Our ride would take us from Cass to Seeberg - a total of about 37 miles.

Along the way we had the Greenbrier River as scenery, keeping our spirits high.

At one point, we reached a tunnel carved directly through rock.

An old water stop along the ride reminded us of the railway that created the route.

Near the completion of our ride, we stopped in Marlinton for lunch at DirtBean. After the break, we mounted the bikes again for that final push to Jack Horner's Corner in Seebert.

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