Allegheny Trail

, Peters Mountain

The Allegheny Trail is a 330-mile (or will be when the last 20 miles are completed) north-south trail whose northern terminus is on the Mason-Dixon Line at the Pennsylvania-West Virginia border near Bruceton Mills. It wends its way south until it meets the Appalachian Trail on Peters Mountain at the Virginia-West Virginia border. The Allegheny Trail passes through or near 3 state parks, 4 state forests, 2 national wilderness areas, and the Monongahela, George Washington and Jefferson National Forests; And runs through six counties: Preston, Tucker, Randolph, Pocahontas, Greenbrier, Monroe.

The trail is managed by West Virginia Senic Trails Association.