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West Virginia offers many outdoor recreation options all year long with some of the most scenic and rough landscapes of the east coast. Its wilderness, heavily wooded wilderness areas and rivers are playgrounds for walking, mountain camping, caving, climbing rocks, white-water rafting, boating and fishing. Skigebiete offer a variety of ski sports in winter. Regarding accommodation book one of the Virginia Vacation Rentals by the Owner.

There’ll never be something active in active travelers here. Although many tourists visit the state for the sights, West Virginia offers more in tourist attractions from the historic Harpers Ferry sites and the fashionable Greenbrier and its iconic golf courses to have the best experience of golfing in the country. Nothing can match the pleasure of accommodating in the West Virginia Vacation Homes by the Owner.

In this little city in the western part of Virginia, where abolitionist John Brown attacked the U.S. arsenal in 1859, the Shenandoah River crosses the Potomac River, which hastily led to the outbreak of the civil war. National Historical Park of Harpers Ferry includes museums, historical exhibitions and programmes and some 20 miles of walkways. You can visit the rocks where rivers meet and walk up to the Catholic Church of St. Peter and to the ancient cemetery behind it on the hill. To accommodate in such a stunning place, book one of the West Virginia Vacation Rentals at an attractive cost.

West Virginia is one of the best places to raft white-water. It’s no secret! Several rivers provide experts with world-class rapids and others are suitable for less skilled and learning professionals. The best-known waters are the Gauley River in the National Recreation Area of the Gauley River between Summersville and Fayetteville. There, the 25 mile river flows through the gorges and valleys at a high pace, giving experienced rafters the thrill of their life; it is not surprising that Class V rapids are known as the “East of the East”.

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