Locust Hill Inn, Cabin & Pub

Address: Route 39, Marlinton, West Virginia, 24954, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Route 39, Marlinton, is near Greenbrier River Trail and Greenbrier River.
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      Travel Blogs from Marlinton

      Skiing in the Storm

      A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Feb 02, 2015

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      ... going down the hill. It had been snowing pretty good all morning, but after lunch, the snow was getting harder. Additionally, it was very cold and extremely windy, especially at the top of the mountain. Coming up on the ski lifts, I thought we were going to be blown out a couple times. At one point, the wind was so strong that it literally blew me uphill! The strong winds blowing snow around made visibility very poor and the loud ...

      Skiing at Silver Creek

      A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Feb 01, 2015

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      ... area, but moved onto the slightly more difficult blue Cascade and Fox Chase Trails. Using my GPS, I clocked my maximum speed as hitting 35 miles per hour. As the afternoon progressed, we split up and Sandy and I headed down to the Inn on the 4 o’clock shuttle down the mountain. We checked into our room, then headed back up the mountain for a little night skiing. This evening, we had a really nice shuttle driver and enjoyed talking with him. He ...

      Falls of Hills Creek

      A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Jan 31, 2015

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      ... other vehicles had driven through the snow that we were able to make it about a half-mile to the parking at the trailhead. From the parking area, we started hiking the short trail to see the three waterfalls along this stretch of creek. Like the forest road, the trail was completely covered in snow and we had to follow footprints to stay on the trail. Many of the rhododendrons and other trees were heavily weighed down with snow and ice and were ...

      Falling Spring Falls

      A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Jan 31, 2015

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      ... waterfalls on the way up (of course!). Given the cold weather recently, there was good chance some might be frozen! In Virginia, we headed north on US-220 through Roanoke and Covington. About 9 miles north of Covington, we stopped at the pull-off on the side of the highway for Falling Spring Falls. This beautiful 80-foot waterfall is visible roadside so we first got some pictures from the overlook. The source of the water is ...

      The Greenbrier Valley - Deep in the Alleghenies

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Nov 11, 2014

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      ... especially
      empty and wild by eastern standards and almost entirely devoid of industry, and
      where there is a factory or a power plant it looks like a ancient relic worthy
      of historical preservation. In some ways I feel much more removed from the
      modern world here than in the mountain valleys in the West.

      The Greenbrier Hotel in White Sulphur Springs is one of the
      grandest resorts in America and particularly popular with the movers and
      ...