Pipestem Falls

Pipestem Falls is a classic roadside waterfall along Pipestem Creek in southeast West Virginia. The creek and waterfalls are named for the pipestem plant (Spiraea alba), a hollowed stem shrub that was used for making pipestems.


Upper Pipestem Falls

Upper Pipestem Falls is a series of small cascades tucked into a glen that total five feet or so in height.

Lower Pipestem Falls

Lower Pipestem Falls is a block waterfall 30 feet in height.

From the Pipestem State Park entrance, follow WV Route 20 north for 2.7 miles. From WV Route 3 at Hinton, follow WV Route 20 south for 9.5 miles.


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