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Refined Pastoral East

To the east, mountains melt into the Greenbrier Valley's broad, verdant fields and karst (limestone) topography.  The Trail's rural east, Greenbrier County, presents the pastoral picture of piedmont farmland; unhurried life; Civil War sites; and quaint towns, such as Lewisburg, where historic preservation amid genteel country living is a way of life.  The Virginia state border provides the eastern bookend of the Trail.

Mile 172
White Sulphur Springs CMP Since the 18th century, the wealthy have flocked here to experience the legendary curative powers of the area's sulfur springs.The Greenbrier 300 W. Main Street; 304.536.1110/800.624.6070   www.greenbrier.com Since 1778. World-famous, luxurious resort, featuring grand decor, 30+ lobby shops, and three championship golf courses. Once the site of a top-secret Cold War-er...
Mile 162
Lewisburg CMP Since the 18th century, the wealthy have flocked here to experience the legendary curative powers of the area's sulfur springs.The Greenbrier 300 W. Main Street; 304.536.1110/800.624.6070   www.greenbrier.com Since 1778. World-famous, luxurious resort, featuring grand decor, 30+ lobby shops, and three championship golf courses. Once the site of a top-secret Cold War-era Congressio...
Mile 132
Greenbrier County CMP Greenbrier County begins near the eastern base of Big Sewell Mountain, and the town of Rainelle. Colonel Andrew Lewis and his father dubbed the area Greenbrier, unpleasant encounters with prickly green briers while surveying the river valley in the mid-1700s. In 1774, Colonel Lewis and his men used the route to travel to the Battle of Point Pleasant. This overland portion of...
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