Kaymoor Trail

Trail Rating: moderate
Trail Length: 8.6 miles

Kaymoor Trail

The longest hiking trail established in the New River Gorge, the Kaymoor Trail follows old roads and railbeds along the wall of the gorge roughly 600 feet above New River. Hikers are afforded spectacular views and the opportunity to see abandoned mining sites, including that of the Kaymoor Mine.

Map: Kaymoor Trail

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Trailhead Information

Directions

Wolf Creek Trailhead: From US-19 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.

Map: Kaymoor Trail

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Trailhead Information

Directions

Cunard Road Trailhead: From US-19 at Fayetteville, WV, follow WV-16 south to a left onto Gatewood Road (CR-9). Follow Gatewood Road 4.6 miles to left onto Cunard Road. Follow Cunard Road 1.8 miles to left onto Cunard River Access Road and continue 0.8 miles to parking area for Kaymoor and Brooklyn Mine trailheads.

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