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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.
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Kenova CMP Kenova, known as the Western Gate to the Mountain State, is a small river city named for the three states that converge there: Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia. Here, the Midland Trail begins its trek eastward, from the foothills of the Kentucky border to the scenic mountains on its Virginia border. Virginia Point Park Western-most point of the State. Overlooks the juncture of...
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