Shavers Fork

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Rank: #157 in the Western VA area
#80 in WV, #5,188 Overall
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Trail in the area near Durbin,
“Connects Whitmeadow and Stonecoal through rhododendron tunnels.”
Leslie Kehmeier on Aug 23, 2013
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2.74.4 milesKilometers 157’48 m Ascent 3,588’1,094 m High 2% Avg Grade (1°)
Singletrack Type -182’-56 m Descent 3,497’1,066 m Low 8% Max Grade (5°)
Shavers Fork is a connection that rolls through a rhododendron corridor, crossing a road. Be sure to head left down to the river at the and enjoy the flat waters of the Shaver's Fork River.

The trail continues up a steep and punchy climb to a rolling bench that contours up and down over trail littered with rocks and roots.

Then route eventually comes to a small creek crossing, marking the end of the trail as it exits to FS 760.
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