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Advantage Valley and the State Capitol

The western bookend of the Midland Trail is the Ohio River which creates the western border of WV near Kenova and Huntington. Continuing eastward through our fastest growing areas and Charleston, our capital city, this 80+ mile section of the Trail is becoming known as Advantage Valley. Along the way, Route 60 passes through the Great Kanawha River Valley, where the nation’s industrial past and present are celebrated in coal tipples, old salt works, chemical plants, locks and dams, mines and company towns, electrical power plants, roads, bridges and the passage to the Ohio River.
Mile 2
Ceredo CMP Founded in 1857 as a progressive abolitionist community, there is more to our quiet little town than meets the eye. We invite you to discover the real Ceredo for yourself. Begin with the Ceredo Museum and venture forth from there. . . Ceredo was founded in 1857 by Massachusetts Congressman Eli Thayer. Thayer traveled through southern states for the sole purpose of choosing ...
Mile 14
Barboursville CMP Barboursville offers the perfect blend of old and new, with a quaint historical downtown and the sprawling Huntington Mall, one of West Virginia’s largest shopping areas. A Historical Walking Tour of over 30 buildings along Main and Central Avenues allows visitors to get a feeling for the “old.” One building, Toll House (1837) is a log cabin now on Main Street, but originally l...
Mile 10
Huntington CMP Huntington, a beautifully designed city situated on the banks of the Ohio River, has a developed waterfront park, complete with amphitheater, playground, boat launch, and marina. The central business district, home to a developing lifestyle entertainment complex along 3rd Avenue on the Midland Trail, has a rich diversity of architectural styles within its Historic District.Downtown...
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