Hike Through The John Guilday Caves Nature Preserve In West Virginia For An Incredible Underground Adventure

Almost heaven, that is what John Denver called West Virginia in his song lyrics. And it’s no mystery why! Among other natural wonders, the Mountain State also has a collection of cool caves for you to explore. To visit the John Guilday Caves, you should either be an experienced caver or find one to bring with you! You are leading your own expedition here – there is no tour, no installed lighting, and no gift shop at this place. This is an incredible underground adventure for the properly equipped and well-trained caving enthusiast!

Is spelunking in your future? There is something intriguing about embarking into the cool, dark interior of a cave, isn’t there? For more information about safe caving, or finding a guide to lead your expedition into one of these wild caves, visit the John Guilday Caves Nature Preserve website or Facebook page.

What is your favorite cave to explore in West Virginia? Share your thoughts with us!

Then check out our articles about Lost World Caverns, Organ Cave, and Smoke Hole Caverns, caves in West Virginia that are perfect for us novice cavers, where you can join a more typical cave tour with your paid admission – and pick up a souvenir at the gift shop on your way out.

Address: John Guilday Caves Nature Preserve, US-220, Franklin, WV 26807, USA

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