East Wetzel Trail | West Virginia Rails To Trails

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East Wetzel Trail. Photo credit: Daniel Boyd.

The East Wetzel Trail is a short but well used trail by the locals.  It is popular for community walks, to get around town, and to the high school.   The trail goes through the downtown and neighbors the high school and the library.  It has several benches and a weather shelter with history of the B&O Railroad.  Local volunteers maintain the trail.

The town was named for the fact that local resident Henry “Old Hundred” Church was a centenarian.  Hundred is the only place in the United States with this name.

Trail Manager Contact

Hundred Area Pride PO Box 109 Hundred, West Virginia 304-775-5680 bbbrasher@frontiernet.net

Trail Stats

Trail Status Open
Trail End Points Town of Hundred city limits to the other end of city limits
Counties Wetzel
Trail Length 2.2 Miles
Activities Walking, Biking
Trail Surface Asphalt, Packed Dirt
Parking and Trail Access A trailhead with parking for 5-6 cars is located along Rt. 250 in the town of Hundred near the high school.