Highland Scenic Highway Corridor Management Plan

The Highland Scenic Highway Corridor Management Plan provides management strategies for protecting and enhancing the Highland Scenic Highway. The plan supplements guidance in the 2006 Monongahela National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan. 

Download the Highland Scenic Highway Corridor Management Plan (14.4 MB pdf)

The Highland Scenic Highway is a 43-mile National Scenic Byway located in the highlands of West Virginia on the Monongahela National Forest. Designated in 1996, the Highland Scenic Highway National Scenic Byway has never had a corridor management plan, rather the Monongahela National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan (1986 and 2006 Forest Plan) has provided some general guidance. The Highland Scenic Highway Corridor Management Plan provides more specific management strategies, supplementing and improving Forest Plan direction. A corridor management plan is a working document, and thus will continually be reviewed and revised as new information arises. An official Highland Scenic Highway Steering Committee comprised of the Forest Service, interested parties and partners will work to implement the Highland Scenic Highway Corridor Management Plan and update it as needed.





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