Dating back over 5,000 years, the Warrior Trail is the nation's oldest trail still in use.
The trail runs from Greensboro, Pennsylvania on the Monongahela River in the east to the Ohio River in West Virginia. For years, local historians recognized that native Americans traveled all over the Ohio River drainage trail network for trade, hunting, and warfare. In prehistoric times it was used to obtain supplies of flint from the Flint Ridge area in Ohio and conduct commerce.
The trail crosses Greene County in a generally east-west direction, 6 miles north of the Mason-Dixon line. For 45 miles, it follows a stream divide separating the drainages of Whiteley and Dunkard Creeks. An additional 22 miles in West Virginia's Marshall County follows the ridge between Fish and Wheeling Creeks.
The trail is open 24 hours a day.
Parking is available in the MonView Park just north of Greensboro.