Some Of Spring’s Earliest Wildflowers Can Be Found Along This Peaceful Trail In West Virginia

Signs of spring are everywhere, have you noticed? The days are getting longer and warmer. Birds are singing; spring peepers are calling. Crocuses and daffodils are sprouting and blooming. And the mountains are calling you to come to enjoy all the beauty they have to offer in this welcome season of spring.

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To learn more, visit its Alltrails page here. The Stone Cliff Trail is located on the grounds of the New River Gorge National Park and Preserve, so you can also get more information and directions to the trailhead from the NPS website here.

Where do you go to enjoy the first blooms of spring? Here’s another good spot, on a quiet nature preserve in West Virginia.

Address: Stone Cliff, WV 25901, USA