The Hiking Trail Hiding In West Virginia That Will Transport You To Another World

There are plenty of amazing places to hike in the Mountain State, but one of the most fascinating spots is the Bear Rocks Preserve in Grant and Tucker counties. Here you’ll find rare plants, stunted trees, wind-carved boulders, and a climate that’s more similar to Canada than most of West Virginia.

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Visit the Nature Conservatory site for more information about Bear Rocks and directions.

For another interesting landscape in West Virginia, try a visit to Audra State Park.