Fayetteville Trail

Trail Rating: easy
Trail Length: 3.96 miles

Fayetteville Trail

This strenuous trail wanders across the southern wall of the New River Gorge, ascending and descending through the ravines of tributary streams and crossing ridges north and west of Fayetteville, WV. Along its route it joins eight other National Park Service trails, including the Long Point Trail, Timber Ridge Trail, Butcher Branch Trail, Fayetteville Park Loop, and New River Gorge Bridge Trail.

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Wolf Creek Trailhead Information: From US-19, turn onto Lansing-Edmond Road (CR-5) just north of the Canyon Rim Visitor Center. Turn right onto Fayette Station Road (CR-82) and follow through the gorge, crossing the New River on the restored Fayette Station Bridge, and continuing 1.2 miles to a small parking area along Wolf Creek on the left.

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Kaymoor Top Trailhead Information: From US-19 at Fayetteville, WV, follow WV-16 south to a left onto Gatewood Road (CR-9). Follow Gatewood two miles to the left onto Kaymoor Top Road (CR-9/2). Follow one mile and bear left into the parking area.

Trails of the Fayetteville-Lansing Area

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