Waterfalls of the Mountaineer Country Region

Grafton, West Virginia

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For you non-West Virginians, “Mountaineer” refers to the West Virginia University football team, and not someone who lives in the hills. And you’d do well to remember that when in this part of the country; football takes priority over everything, including waterfalls. It’s probably a good thing that there aren’t that many waterfalls in this region, or we’d have a problem on our hands. In fact, I could find only two major falls accessible to the public, and only a few smaller falls. This eTrail covers 2 waterfalls in this region including Valley Falls and Arden Falls.
Waterfalls of Virginia and West Virginia: A Hiking & Photography Guide

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Waterfalls of Virginia and West Virginia: A Hiking & Photography Guide

by Kevin Adams (Menasha Ridge Press)

For you non-West Virginians, “Mountaineer” refers to the West Virginia University football team, and not someone who lives in the hills. And you’d do well to remember that when in this part of the country; football takes priority over everything, including waterfalls.

It’s probably a good thing that there aren’t that many waterfalls in this region, or we’d have a problem on our hands. In fact, I could find only two major falls accessible to the public, and only a few smaller falls. This eTrail covers 2 waterfalls in this region including Valley Falls and Arden Falls.

©  Kevin Adams/Menasha Ridge Press. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking, Scenic Drives
Nearby City: Grafton
Trail Type: Several options
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: Varies by waterfall (2 total)
Season: Year-round
Features: Waterfalls
Local Contacts: Valley Falls State Park
Local Maps: DeLorme West Virginia Atlas & Gazetteer; USGS Fairmont East, Nestorville
Driving Directions: Directions to Waterfalls of the Mountaineer Country Region

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Apr 2018