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A very scenic, gated ride along the Cranberry River with access to fishing, wilderness hiking, and backcountry camping.


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11.7

Miles

18.9

KM

Doubletrack

3,181' 970 m

High

2,523' 769 m

Low

744' 227 m

Up

89' 27 m

Down

1%

Avg Grade (1°)

16%

Max Grade (9°)

Dogs Off-leash

E-Bikes Unknown

Family Friendly This is a relatively flat, scenic ride that provides access to excellent fishing and wilderness hiking as well as backcountry camping sites and a series of shelters.

Description

This scenic section of FSR #76 starts at the Cranberry Campground and follows the Cranberry River past several backcountry shelters, ending just beyond the North Fork shelter. If combined with FSR #102, it provides relatively easy access to the Cranberry Glades and Nature Center. This is an excellent ride for families, with many other activities along the way, such as fishing and wilderness hiking.

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Brenda Korte

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#513

in West Virginia

#27,009

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Photos

Cranberry River crossing - Photo by Mike Boyes
Sep 23, 2022 near Richwood, WV
Cranberry River pic by Mike Boyes
Oct 26, 2022 near Richwood, WV
Cranberry Crossing.
Nov 12, 2022 near Richwood, WV
Cranberry River confluence with North Fork tributary.
Mar 16, 2018 near Richwood, WV
Cranberry River looking upstream.
Mar 16, 2018 near Richwood, WV

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Oct 2, 2020
Andrew Feagans
Dogway to cranberry gate — 2h 00m
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