Awesome shot! C/ Mike Murphy
Fantastic day for the Great Greenbrier River Race!
Thanks to everyone who participated and made our 31st race a success!
Full Results HERE
The Greenbrier River Trail is OPEN
July 18, 2017
Although it is not official, reports are that the repairs to the lower portion of the trail have allowed the trail to reopen from North Caldwell to Cass. Portions of the damaged lower section still need some TLC, but reports are that it is definitely bikeable! Everyone should be aware that there may be some hazards
But we are so happy the trail is “whole” again!
Duck reflections. Photo Louanne Fatora
The trail is Open!
Thank you to everyone who donated and helped!
We will be working on the new parking lot and helping to gravel the reconstructed trail.
OLDER UPDATES HERE
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On the trail. Photo Lynn Creamer
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The Great Greenbrier River Race
201 was the 31st annual Great Greenbrier River Race. The race is held the last Saturday in April each year in Marlinton, WV. With great prizes, live music and good food,the event attracts a loyal following of racers and fans.
Originally a team event with four members, canoeists, bicyclist and runner, the race has now attracted many people who do it solo. But there is still room for the whole family or the family dog on a team! Kayaks and canoes are both encouraged and the many categories encourage prizes for many racers.
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Donate now to restore the trail.
Thank you for your help!
The Greenbrier River Trail
Eighty miles may seem like a long way, but the miles just fly by when you are immersed in nature as only the Greenbrier River Trail can bring it to you. We are glad you stopped by to get more information about the trail, or to get race results from our big fundraiser. We have been called West Virginia’s premier rail to trail conversion and we hope you will visit the trail soon and see why.
River otters in Pocahontas County. Photo Louanne Fatora
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