Cranberry Glades / Wilderness


From I-79, take Exit 57, follow U.S. 19 south to Rt. 55 east, to Rt. 150. From I-64, take exit 169 and follow U.S. Rt. 219 north to Rt. 39 west to Rt. 150. Rt. 150, the Highland Scenic Highway.
Pocohontas county

Cranberry Wilderness Trail Map

Website: Cranberry Glades & Wilderness

Album for Cranberry Glades & Wilderness


Beartown State Park, Calvin Price State Forest, Droop Mountain Battlefield State Park, Falls of Hills Creek, Green Bank Observatory, Greenbrier River Rail Trail, Highland Scenic Highway, Seneca State Forest, Tea Creek Wilderness, Watoga State Park

Trails Hiked:

Cranberry Glades Boardwalk: 0.6 miles
Thomas Reserve Trail: 0.6 miles; 3391-3580 feet elevation change
Lick Branch Trail: 2.2 miles; 2875-3732 feet elevation change
North Fork Trail (partial): 5.0 miles; 3380-4113 feet (Average 5.6% grade)
Forks of Cranberry Trail (partial): 6.1 miles; 4190-4684 feet (0.2% grade)


October 2014, April 2015, April 2016, June 2016 , October 2016, June 2017, July 2017, September 2017, March 2018

GPX Maps:

Cranberry Glades & Wilderness

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