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West Virginia Byway Highway Guide

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Richwood, West Virginia
East Main Street/State Highway #39 at Richwood, West Virginia, within Monongahela National Forest. This is where Byway Highland Scenic Highway starts its journey from. This Byway travels along a portion of Monongahela National Forest that is wild and undeveloped. Clear mountain streams can be viewed while traversing a narrow and steep-walled valley. Some of the amazing sights the byway offers are Summit Lake, Cranberry Glades Botanical Area, and Falls of Hills Creek.
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Cherry River
Cherry River along the State Highway #55/39, at this location Cherry River has a Pond-like shape facilitating swimming.
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Country Club Road
Country Club Road Connecting to Forest Road #99/ Pocahontas Road,
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Summit Lake Road
Summit Lake Road, Summit Lake, is a cold water lake located in Greenbrier County, West Virginia in the Monongahela National Forest. In times of drought, the lake can be used to supply Richwood's municipal water system. The lake is popular among fisherman, as it has an abundant supply of panfish and bass within its waters. The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources also stocks the lake with trout several times per year. The area surrounding the lake includes a primitive 33-site campground and access to the Cranberry Backcountry. The Cranberry River, a popular trout stream, can be accessed via a hike along Fisherman's Trail. There are several other hiking trails. Cross-country skiing during winter months is popular here on these trails. Swimming is allowed only during the annual Scenic Mountain Triathlon.
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Bear Run Road
Bear Run Road, travels into the thick Monongahela National Forest and connects with Briery Knob Road in West Virginia
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Hills Creek Falls Road
Hills Creek Falls Road, Middle Falls and Lower Falls of Hills Creek located in Monongahela National Forest, off State Highway #39/55, Community of Lobelia, West Virginia,
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Public Road 232
Public Road 232, winds through the dense woods of Monongahela National Forest, West Virginia,
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Public Road 102/Loop Clanberry Glades
Public Road 102/Loop Clanberry Glades Botanical Garden, Cranberry Glades Botanical Area is the name of a group of five bog wetlands located in Pocahontas County, West Virginia. The area, is located high in the Allegheny Mountains within Monongahela National Forest. Cranberry Glades, a major tourism stop along the Highland Scenic Highway corridor. A developed, paved path for Hiking and Boardwalking on Cowpasture Trail in the Cranberry Glades Botanical Area is maintained for tourists.
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Junction
Junction State Highway #39/55 with State Highway #150, Raintown, West Virginia, High Rocks Trail, Mill Point, West Virginia,
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Cranberry Wilderness
Thomas Reserve Trail/Public Road 107, Cranberry Glades Botanical Area, Cranberry Wilderness, Tea Creek Mountain, located in Monongahela National Forest, West Virginia.
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Public Road 216
Public Road 216, runs into Monongahela National Forest, close to, The Williams River, a tributary of the Gauley River, West Virginia
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Pullover/Viewpoint
Pullover / Viewpoint, located on the State Highway #150 in Monongahela National Forest, West Virginia,
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Public Road 76
Public Road 76, Scenic Monongahela National Forest area, West Virginia valley
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Williams River Road / Public Road 86
Williams River Road / Public Road 86, Scenic State Highway #150 crosses over the Williams River at this Rest stop area, a Highland Viewing point in Monongahela National Forest, West Virginia, Tea Creek,
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Friel Run Road
Friel Run Road, Woodrow branch Road, Community of Woodrow, West Virginia,
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Junction
Junction of State Highway #150 with State Highway #55/United States Highway #219 in Monongahela National Forest, West Virginia. This is where Byway: Highland Scenic Highway ends at.