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Cranesville Swamp Orange Trail

0.3 Miles
Easy

Dogs (leashed)

The Orange Trail at the Cranesville Swamp Natural Area in Terra Alta, West Virginia is an easy 0.3 mile one-way trail that leads to/from the Loop Trail at the park. This trail is more-or-less a connector trail to get onto the Loop Trail since that's the best trail in the park; however, this trail has its own features too.

You mostly hike through deciduous forests, but you'll pass through conifers closer to the parking lot. Overall this trail doesn't have much to see, but it's a nice hike regardless. For a better connector trail to the Loop Trail, try the Blue Trail instead.

Dogs are allowed on this trail.


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Hazards

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Surface Type

Dirt

Seasons

All

Blaze Color

Orange

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39.531966, -79.485766

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54 '

Total Change
65 '

Ascent
25 '

Descent
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0.3 miles
Trail added
April 14, 2018
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April 14, 2018

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