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Dunloup Creek Falls

Dunloup Creek Falls

Dunloup Creek Falls is a rushing block waterfall along Dunloup Creek near Thurmond within the New River Gorge National Park and Preserve in West Virginia.

Dunloup Creek is one of the many perennial streams that tumble down toward the New River. About two miles from Thurmond, the stream flows over a 20-foot block cascade.

  • Dunloup Creek Falls is a 20-foot-high block cascade with a 30-foot-wide crest.
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From WV Routes 16 and 61 in Glen Jean, follow WV County Route 25 / Thurmond Road toward Thurmond for 4.1 miles. There is a pull-off for the waterfall but it is otherwise unmarked.

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  • 162 Visitor Center Rd., Lansing, WV 25862
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