Things You Didn't Know You Could Do in WV - Photo: Exhibition Coal Mine

7 things you didn’t know you could do in WV

7 things you didn’t know you could do in WV - Wild, Wonderful West Virginia

7-foot Chestnut tree on Laurel Fork, Cheat River, Monongahela National Forest, West Virginia.  Date: 1924

Chestnut tree on Laurel Fork, Cheat River, Monongahela National Forest, West Virginia. Date: 1924 My stepdad and family lived along Cheat River .

New River Gorge Bridge and the Night Sky by Chase Gunnoe #WV

New River Gorge Bridge © Chase Gunnoe

Outdoors and Underground - 4 places to explore West Virginia’s wild and wonderful underground.

WV Living - Explore Lost World Caverns at your own pace with self-guided tours passed famous formations like The Snowy Chandelier, a stalactite in the shape of a giant chandelier, and the Bridal Veil, a grand column of white calcite.

How true!

West Virginia, but could be just about anywhere in the South or Midwest, USA

Tygart River Elkins, West Virginia  http://www.wvyourway.com/west_virginia/tourism.aspx

**Tygart Valley River, Elkins, WV Elkins is one of the coldest places in WV. I remember driving from Hardy County to Upshur County to go to college and we could stop on the Mtn in September in our flip flops and have a snow ball fight.

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