Did you know about this unique music trail in Almost Heaven?

Throughout much of eastern West Virginia, you can follow a special trail of unique, historic venues that make up what is known as the Mountain Music Trail. The venues along the trail are a diverse group dedicated to promoting and presenting the traditional music, dance and folkways of the Allegheny Mountain region. The trail stretches along the Highway 219 corridor in Monroe, Greenbrier, Pocahontas, Randolph and Tucker counties. As you make your way through the scenic New River/Greenbrier Valley and Potomac Highlands, you have the opportunity for adventure, exploration, fine dining, and of course, sensational live music!

Some of the most popular stops along the Mountain Music Trail include The Brazenhead Inn, Carnegie Hall, Gandy Dancer Theatre, Greenbrier Valley Brewing, Hawk Knob Cidery and Meadery, The Purple Fiddle and Snowshoe Mountain. These venues along the trail welcome both local and world-renowned musicians. Many of the stops even offer lodging for visitors!

There are so many activities to plan along a trip up the Mountain Music Trail. The Potomac Highlands region of West Virginia offers a myriad of unique locations filled with jaw-dropping views. As you travel along the Highway 219 corridor, you have the option to visit places like the Hanging Rock Raptor Observatory, The Greenbrier Resort, Cranberry Glades, Cass Scenic Railroad, Snowshoe Mountain, Dolly Sods Wilderness, Canaan Valley and Blackwater Falls State Park! Make the most out of your journey along the Mountain Music Trail and visit some of the Mountain State’s most iconic locations!

Have you visited any of stops along the Mountain Music Trail?

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This post was last updated on July 31, 2020