Natural bridges aren’t so common. There is a famous one near West Virginia that carries Route 11 over Cedar Creek in (you guessed it) Natural Bridge, Virginia. But are there any natural bridges in West Virginia? You betcha. There are several, but perhaps the longest and most impressive is the natural bridge in Roane County, West Virginia.
If you have ever made the trek to the unique sandstone natural bridge in Roane County, West Virginia, a few miles outside of the small community of Left Hand, then you know it’s worth the trip. Again, if you hike to this impressive natural wonder, please be respectful of the property owners by leaving no trace of your visit. A visit to this natural bridge puts you not too far from Spencer, a small West Virginia town that’s also well worth a visit!
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