The Speleothems In West Virginia’s Seneca Caverns Look Like Something From Another Planet

In Germany Valley in Pendleton County, West Virginia, more than 100 limestone caves have been identified, making it the most prolific caving area in all of the United States. One of the caves in this labyrinth is Seneca Caverns, and the formations inside are most definitely otherworldly.

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Have you visited Seneca Caverns before? How was your experience? There are so many amazing caves in the area, and this one is definitely worth a trip!

For another otherworldly experience right here in West Virginia, see this article: One Of The Oddest Geological Wonders Is Located Right Here In West Virginia.

Address: 3328 Germany Valley Rd, Riverton, WV 26814, USA