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Mountain Music Trail Creates 'Virtual Test Drive' of Heritage Tour


The West Virginia Division of Tourism and West Virginia Public Broadcasting’s Mountain Stage teamed up to promote the Mountain Music Trail and the state’s music heritage. They’ve been working to create videos from stops along the trail. This week, hear Mountain Stage’s Vasilia Scouras share more about the videos on this week’s Inside Appalachia.


Credit Adam Harris
Vasilia Scouras sits in the Pocahontas County Opera House on the first day of shooting the videos of the Mountain Music Trail.

The Mountain Music Trail connects communities along US Route 219, also known as the Seneca Trail. From Monroe County to Pocahontas County, up through some pretty intense mountains on its way up to Elkins. It finally ends  in Tucker County.

To see the Mountain Music videos, click here.