These Two Little-Known 900-Foot Cliffs Memorialize A Revolutionary War Double Agent Who Died In West Virginia
When you hear the words “wild and wonderful” used, as they often are, to describe West Virginia, does anything specific come to mind? Is it the mountains that are wild and wonderful? The rivers? The people? To all of these, we say, “Yes!” And we would add some of West Virginia’s other natural wonders to the list as well, including the many impressive rock formations scattered throughout the state.
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Have you seen the Champe Rocks on your travels through West Virginia? If you’re not familiar with these cliffs, you can find their location on Google Maps here. And did you know that the nearby Seneca Rocks also has a fascinating backstory?
Address: Champe Rocks, Western, WV 26884, USA
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