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090 - West Virginia Back Roads (PDF)
Photograph America Newsletter on West Virginia Back Roads
 
West Virginia's Allegheny Mountain ranges run northeast to southwest, diagonally across the eastern side of the state. Most of the main roads follow the valleys north and south. Fewer roads cross the many steep mountain ridges from east to west. It's easy to get lost on these narrow mountain roads while looking for caves, wilderness areas, geologic formations, hiking trails, impressive waterfalls, and the top for the highest mountain in West Virginia. This newsletter describes the most photogenic sites along the back roads, those narrow blue lines on road maps. The mountains of West Virginia are filled with great photography, if you have the time and some map-reading skills.
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Updated - April 2014
West Virginia’s Allegheny Mountain ranges run northeast to southwest, diagonally across the eastern side of the state. Most of the main roads follow the valleys north and south. Caves, wilderness areas, geologic formations, hiking trails, impressive waterfalls, and the top of the highest mountain in West Virginia.
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Locations
  • Allegheny Mountains
  • Bear Rocks
  • Beartown Rocks State Park
  • Blackwater Falls
  • Blackwater Falls State Park
  • Cathedral State Park
  • Cranberry Glades Visitor Center
  • Dolly Sods Wilderness Area
  • Elk Mountain
  • Glade Creek Grist Mill
  • Greenbriar River
  • The Greenland Gap
  • Highland National Scenic Highway
  • Knobley Mountain
  • Lost World Caverns
  • Monongahela National Forest
  • New Gorge National River
  • Patterson Creek
  • Sandstone Falls
  • Seneca Rocks
  • Seneca Rocks Discovery Center
  • Smoke Hole Caverns
  • Spruce Knob