Things To Do
Get Tucker’d in Tucker County, West Virginia
The possibilities in and just outside the Canaan Valley are endless. Tucker County offers unparalleled hiking, biking, rafting, and climbing opportunities. If running the race won’t scratch your outdoor itch, hanging out in Tucker County for a weekend will.
For a more leisurely experience, golf at the Canaan Valley State Park Resort or ride horses at one of two stables in the Canaan Valley. Beyond the outdoor offerings, art and music abound in Thomas, and food and drink in Davis.
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In the meantime visit www.canaanvalley.org for more information about everything the area has to offer!
Places to See
The Monongahela National Forest Since 1920, some of West Virginia’s most diverse and pristine forest land has been protected within the boundaries of the Monongahela
Dolly Sods Wilderness Dolly Sods Wilderness, spanning 17,371 acres across Grant, Randolph and Tucker counties, is the highest plateau east of the Mississippi River and
Seneca Rocks Rising 900 feet from its base at the North Fork River in the Pendleton County section of the Monongahela National Forest, Seneca Rocks
Spruce Knob Spruce Knob, topping out at 4,683 feet above sea level, is West Virginia’s highest peak. That’s what it’s most known for in the
Canaan Valley If you were to think of Tucker County, West Virginia as a giant bowl walled in by the Allegheny Mountains, you wouldn’t be
Canaan Valley State Park and Resort It may be a little-known fact outside the state, but West Virginia’s state park system is among the best
Blackwater Falls State Park There’s good reason Blackwater Falls State Park is the most visited park in West Virginia. Accessible overlooks offer panoramic views of
The Twin Towns
Thomas, WV The town of Thomas is a tiny town perched along the hillside rising from the north fork of the Blackwater River. Here rich,
Davis, West Virginia Drive ten miles north of Canaan Valley Ski Resort, and you’ll happen upon Davis, WV, a pint-sized town with a ten-gallon personality.
Keep your running legs active in the days leading up to the race and take in the beautiful West Virginia scenery. Take this opportunity to step away and enjoy the mountains, streams, and forests that make this part of WV so spectacular. Join Appalachian Expeditions (APEX) for a guided day hike!