With rafting season coming to an end, many rafters find themselves looking for other ways to enjoy the outdoors until the spring season begins. One way to experience nature without getting (too) wet is by hiking. West Virginia is home to a number of beautiful trails nestled in the Appalachian mountains in the state park system. This means that while the state may work to maintain the trails and conditions in the park, there is also some degree of responsibility for guests of the trails. To learn more about essential hiking etiquette, keep reading!