Slide Show: 11 must-see waterfalls in West Virginia

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The upper falls of Hills Creek tumbles into the ravine through which two other falls descend. 
The middle falls of Hills Creek drops into a ferny basin in its descent toward the third falls. 
The lower falls of Hills Creek for many years was practically inaccessible to all but the most intrepid. 

The three waterfalls that descend Hill Creek together draw waterfall hunters from across the globe. The Falls of Hills Creek arise among the highest peaks in the Mountain State, protected by the Monongahela National Forest. In recent years the National Forest Service completed a series of stairs and walkways that lead visitors to the third and highest falls.


West Virginia waterfalls photographed by Randall Sanger


Many of Sanger’s waterfall photos and other images of West Virginia and adjoining states are available for perusal and purchase at RandallSanger.com.

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