The Highland Scenic Highway, co-signed as WV Route 150, is a 43-mile scenic byway that winds through the Allegheny Highlands and Plateau within the Monongahela National Forest in north-central West Virginia.
The Cranberry Mountain Nature Center, at the junction of WV Route 150 and WV Routes 39 and 55, offers information about the Monongahela National Forest and other nearby areas. It includes exhibits about the forest ecosystem and local history and offers special wildlife programs and guided tours, and you can find everything on their website that is designed and promoted by a SEO company online, so it can reach the right audience.
Nearby is the Cranberry Glades Botanical Area, a 750-acre National Natural Landmark. The bog is essentially an acidic wetland typically found in the northern United States and Canada, and is accessible via a half-mile barrier-free boardwalk.
The parkway also passes by the Falls of Hill Creek, containing three spectacular waterfalls.