Waterfalls of the New River and Greenbrier Valley Region

Pipestem, West Virginia 25979

Waterfalls of the New River and Greenbrier Valley Region

Waterfalls of the New River & Greenbrier Valley Region Professional Review and Guide

"How’s this for an outdoor adventure destination: six wildlife management areas, four state forests, eight state parks, two national forests, one national recreation area, and the popular Greenbrier and Gauley rivers? Who needs anything else? You might not need anything else, but if you travel here you get it anyway. Bisecting this region is the wildly popular and beautiful New River Gorge National River.

Every imaginable outdoor recreation opportunity exists in this region, except maybe surfing and glacier trekking. And if you have time to wait, say, a few million years, you might be able to do those, too! This eTrail covers 14 waterfalls in this region including Brush Creek Falls, Waterfall on Whiteoak Creek, Indian Branch Falls, Mash Fork Falls, Campbell Falls, Marsh Fork Falls, Black Fork Falls, Brooks Falls, Waterfall on Big Branch, Sandstone Falls, Kates Falls, Glade Creek Falls, Dunloup Creek Falls, and Cathedral Falls."

Waterfalls of the New River & Greenbrier Valley Region Reviews

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Trail Information

Pipestem
Nearby City
Several options
Trail Type
Easy
Skill Level
Varies by waterfall (14 total)
Duration
Year-round
Season
Waterfalls
Features
New River Gorge National River, Twin Falls Resort State Park, Camp Creek State Park, Pipestem Resort State Park
Local Contacts
DeLorme West Virginia Atlas & Gazetteer; USGS Athens, Flat Top, Odd, Mullens, Hinton, Meadow Creek, Prince, Thurmond, Gauley Bridge
Local Maps

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