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New River Gorge Bridge

New River Gorge

New River, the centerpiece of New River Gorge National River in south-central West Virginia, is among the oldest rivers on the continent. The rugged, whitewater river pounds through a 53-mile deep canyon, surrounded by 70,000 acres of ghost towns, vestiges of an industrial past, strenuous hiking trails, waterfalls, and vistas.

Dolly Sods

Dolly Sods Wilderness

Dolly Sods is a breathtaking wilderness in the Monongahela National Forest along the Allegheny Mountains of eastern West Virginia. The area is best known for being the highest elevation plateau east of the Mississippi River, its outstanding views along the Allegheny Front, wind-stunted red spruce, and its endless upland bogs.

Holly River State Park

Holly River State Park

Holly River State Park in the Mountain Lakes region of central West Virginia is surrounded by towering mountains and pristine streams and is known for its wide range of flora, ferns, wildflowers, and waterfalls.

Twin Falls State Park

Twin Falls

Twin Falls State Park in southern West Virginia contains 25 miles of hiking trails to two seasonal waterfalls and many magnificent overlooks, a pioneer farm, and a rugged golf course.

Camp Creek State Forest

Camp Creek

Camp Creek State Forest in southern West Virginia contains 6,000 acres of untouched mountain forest, seven miles of trout streams, and two small waterfalls.