West Virginia’s Stunning Bear Rocks Preserve Is Now America’s 600th National Natural Landmark

The most photographed spot in West Virginia – or one of them, at least – is finally getting the national recognition it deserves. Bear Rocks Preserve, adjacent to the Dolly Sods Wilderness, was recently named America’s 600th National Natural Landmark.

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To learn more about Bear Rocks Preserve or plan a visit to this gorgeous area, head over to The Nature Conservancy’s website.

For more beautiful, inspiring spots in West Virginia that belong on anyone’s bucket list, check out these 9 natural wonders in West Virginia.

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