Glady Durbin

Total Miles
20.2

Elevation

984.26 ft

Duration

2 Hours

Technical Rating

1

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

Glady Durbin is a scenic access road that runs right along the West Fork Greenbriar River and offers stunning picnic, fishing, and camping opportunities along the trail. This trail connects the towns of Durbin and Glady, West Virginia. From the start of the trail, there is no gas station for about 40 miles. This trail travels through the Monongahela National Forest on US Forest Service-maintained gravel roads. There is no service in the area, but it offers many hiking and alternate trail access. Note: this area allows for public hunting and fishing.

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Glady Durbin
Glady Durbin
Glady Durbin

Difficulty

There are no challenging obstacles except for one small detour which rides up and can be very muddy. It does not require much skill but make sure to be prepared in case something happens.

Technical Rating

1

Status Reports

There are no status reports yet for this trail.

Access Description

The trailhead is located near houses off the main road and is not easily seen.

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