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About our partner

West Virginia Scenic Trails Association

West Virginia Scenic Trails Association (WVSTA) is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization serving the outdoor community through its stewardship and development of the Allegheny Trail and the Mary Draper Ingles Trail.  WVSTA works in partnership and cooperation with state and federal land managers, private landowners, and others to build, maintain, and promote the 311-mile Allegheny Trail, which runs from the Mason-Dixon line at the PA border through the Allegheny Highlands of WV and VA to meet the Appalachian Trail atop beautiful Peters Mountain.  Through its stewardship of the Allegheny Trail, WVSTA furthers the conservation of wild lands and wildlife and protects areas of natural beauty and historic interest.

WVSTA’s values are respect of land manager and landowner interests; adding value to the community; access to natural beauty, wildlife, and economic history; human connection to the land, flora, and fauna; sustainability and sound principles of conservation; and inclusiveness by welcoming all who desire to participate.

Atlas Guides has partnered with the West Virginia Scenic Trails Association to create, improve, and update the official Allegheny Trail app.

Learn more about the WVSTA

Available on

  • iPhone
  • Android
  • Desktop browser
  • iPad
  • Android tablet

The Allegheny Trail is a 311-mile north-south trail with its northern terminus on the Mason-Dixon Line at the Pennsylvania-West Virginia border near Bruceton Mills. It winds its way south until it meets the Appalachian Trail on Peters Mountain at the Virginia-West Virginia border. Volunteer workers (with crucial assistance from U.S. Forest Service and State Park staff) maintain all sections of the Allegheny Trail, which is marked by 2″x 6″ yellow blazes.

 

$12.99

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Available on

  • iPhone
  • Android
  • Desktop browser
  • iPad
  • Android tablet
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The Allegheny Trail is a 311-mile north-south trail with its northern terminus on the Mason-Dixon Line at the Pennsylvania-West Virginia border near Bruceton Mills. It winds its way south until it meets the Appalachian Trail on Peters Mountain at the Virginia-West Virginia border. Volunteer workers (with crucial assistance from U.S. Forest Service and State Park staff) maintain all sections of the Allegheny Trail, which is marked by 2″x 6″ yellow blazes.

 

$12.99

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