Located in the Monongahela National Forest, this was the state’s first major climbing destination. This jagged fin of rock offers amazing climbing for the adventurous but also a great hike to the top and a small visitor center. Nearby you’ll find the Via Ferrata, which is an exciting, safe way for non-climbers to get the climbing experience.
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Cranberry Wilderness AreaThis is the largest US Forest Service Wilderness area east of the Mississippi.Explore
Dolly SodsThe high plains of Dolly Sods feature upland bogs, beaver ponds and sweeping vistas, and miles of great hiking trails.Explore
Seneca RocksLocated in the Monongahela National Forest, this was the state’s first major climbing destination.Explore
Green Bank TelescopeThe National Radio Astronomy Observatory operates the Robert C. Byrd Green Bank telescope, the world’s largest fully steerable single aperture antenna.Explore
Hatfield and McCoy TrailThis 500 mile (and growing) trail system is located in the southern coal counties. It is a motorized trail system, so rev up that ATV or dirt bike and get after it.Explore