An Unexpected Waterfall Is Hiding Underground In This Cave In West Virginia

There are secret lands beneath our feet; miles of tunnels and waterways spiderwebbed below us, unseen. But you can find them if you know where to look and can navigate a cave with a moderate degree of skill. Sharps Cave in Pocahontas County is one such place – with an unexpected surprise.

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Are you a caver who has explored Sharps Cave or similar locations? Feel free to tell us all about your experience in the comments.

To learn more about caves in West Virginia, check out this underground wonderland in Pendleton County.