Greenbrier River

The Greenbrier River is a tributary of the New River, 173 miles (278 km) long, in southeastern West Virginia, USA. Via the New, Kanawha and Ohio rivers, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River, draining an area of 1,656 square miles (4,290 km2). It is one of the longest rivers in West Virginia.

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Greenbrier River - Maps
... The New River Atlas has successfully mapped the Greenbrier from Ronceverte to Hinton, West Virginia ...
Ark (river Boat)
... An ark was a temporary boat used for river transport in eastern North America before canals and railroads made them obsolete ... Other river craft, usually the batteau or bateau worked alongside the arks, ferrying the workers while the horses and bunks and supplies floated down the larger, stable structures ... Some arks in the Susquehanna River system were up to 75 feet (23 m) long ...
Greenbrier River Watershed Association - Pocahontas County: Birthplace of Rivers
... The Greenbrier River begins at Durbin in Pocahontas County, but the watershed is involved with the upper drainage portions above Durbin, which includes places like Blister Swamp ... It flows through the center of Pocahontas County, "the Birthplace of Rivers." Pocahontas County is sparsely populated, due to the Monongahela National Forest ... water within the watershed, and water quality degrades once the river flows out of the Forest's territory and into the more populated Greenbrier County ...
Lost World Caverns - Description
... cave for those who want to experience and understand the karst topography within the Greenbrier River watershed ... Environmental interests such as local schools and the Greenbrier River Watershed Association encourage the public to take educational tours in order to understand the unique relationship between ... As part of Greenbrier County's karst plateau or "Great Savannah" where the average number of sinkholes are 18 per square kilometer, the cave system has much to offer the curious and the ...
Greenbrier River Trail
... The Greenbrier River Trail is a rail trail operated by West Virginia State Parks ... Most of the trail is adjacent to the free-flowing Greenbrier River and is surrounded by peaks of the Allegheny Mountains ...

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