There’s A Little Slice Of Heaven Right Here In West Virginia And You’ll Want To Visit
It may not be possible to actually climb a mountain to heaven, but there is one place in West Virginia that the next best thing. The closest you can get is Red Spruce Knob in Monongahela National Forest. While you are up there, you can look across the landscape of this beautiful state in a way that’s just not possible anywhere else. You may be just a person anywhere else, but up there you get a glimpse through the eyes of a god.
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For more information about Spruce Knob, including directions, visit the the Spruce Knob page of USDA.gov here.
Have you ever been on top of Spruce Knob? What are some of your favorites spots in Monongahela National Forest? Feel free to comment below and join the discussion.