Eagles abound in the mountain state, and it’s not so rare to see one soaring high overhead or perched on a tall tree above a river or lake. As you watch them, do you ever envy their eagle-eye view of West Virginia? Well, this climb won’t get you quite that high, but it’s a step (or several!) in the right direction, and it will offer a perch from which you can see for miles!
Have we talked you into tackling this climb? If so, learn more on the park’s website here. And if you like overlooks, try this one as well, which winds through one of the only untouched spruce forests in the state to a view that is hard to beat anywhere else in the state!
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