Daytripper helps launch waterfalls directory

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Brush Creek Falls near Pipestem
Sponsors are encouraged to adopt content on many other waterfalls in the state.

Daytripper magazine has agreed to sponsor the launch of a new directory of waterfalls at WVExplorer.com. The magazine based in Lewisburg, W.Va., will help provide information on 25 waterfalls in West Virginia to be published in March.

Other contributors and sponsors are encouraged to provide content on many of the other accessible waterfalls in the Mountain State, according to David Sibray, editor and publisher of West Virginia Explorer.

“I’d guess there are publicly accessibly waterfalls in every county, and I’d certainly suggest to anyone who’s thinking of becoming a sponsor of such a page that drawing attention to your favorite waterfall may not only help maintain it as a beauty spot, it will also boost local tourism,” Sibray said.

It’s not coincidental that Daytripper has partnered in the effort to boost waterfall preservation and tourism, Sibray said, as the magazine has long been publishing information on falls in the Virginias.

“Daytripper has become an authority on waterfalls in Virginia and West Virginia, and, in fact, Lisa Stansel, its editor, authored the article “Eight waterfalls to visit this summer in West Virginia.” This much visited feature will likely form the nucleus of the upcoming coverage.

For more information on sponsoring an article, potential individual and corporate sponsors are advised to call editor Sibray at 304-575-7390 or visit the Sponsor at Page! article.