Slide Show: 11 must-see waterfalls in West Virginia

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Slide Show: 11 must-see waterfalls in West Virginia
Wolf Creek drops over a ledge in its descent into the New River Gorge near Fayetteville. Purchase this photo!
Campbell Falls, also at Camp Creek State Forest, drops through tiers, as revealed by Randall Sanger. 

Also in Camp Creek State Park, Camp Creek drops through a series of tiers at Campbell Falls, a short walk from the park's Blue Jay Campground. The tiers, or steps, are created by the erosion of layers of sandstone and siltstone. Both Campbell Falls and nearby Mash Fork Falls are favorite wading spots for visitors in the hot summer months, though both are also popular fishing holes, so waders should watch for fish-hooks.

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