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FAYETTEVILLE, W.Va. -- ACE Adventure Resort will launch the first New River whitewater rafting trip of its 2014 season at noon Saturday, according to communications director Beth Gill.
I can think of few better sites for demonstrating what geologists call tea-table erosion than the Devil's Tea Table at Little Creek Park at South Charleston, West Virginia. The park is easily accessible, and the round-trip trek on the Loop Trail is neither too long nor too strenuous for most hikers. The pay-off is worth it, if you like rocks.
GLEN JEAN, W.Va. -- More than one million visitors toured national park areas in southern West Virginia in 2012, spending more than $51 million during and supporting more than 685 jobs, according to a report released March 3, 2014, by the National Park Service.
Bigfoot in West Virginia? Stranger things have been reported in the Mountain State -- wrecked spacecraft, moth men, bat children. Alongside these, a reclusive simian might seem plausible. Could the remote mountains of West Virginia support a bigfoot -- or a family of them?
Bigfoot sightings in West Virginia appear in print and electronic media more often each year. Is this a result of better human access to woodlands, or better human access to the Web? We hope to approach that question soon, but for now, we are citing a few of the more outstanding links to information that might lead some to suspect that at least one bigfoot has been encountered out there.