Now that winter is over, take a break and enjoy the spring beauty of the Mountain State. MountainMade has several travel guides to help you find the most picturesque and interesting treasures of our state.
“Scenic Driving West Virginia” will help you get there. Travel the 25 drives highlighting West Virginia’s natural and historic features as well as some of the most dramatic scenery in the eastern United States.
It doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg. Find quiet, scenic and serene campgrounds for tents from “The Best in Tent Camping, West Virginia”. Each site is rated for its beauty, noise, privacy, security, spaciousness and cleanliness.
Visit Seneca Rocks and, if you climb, take along “Seneca, The Climbers Guide”. This guide book will show you the interesting routes including the route to the South Summit, one of the highest and most exciting 5th class summits east of the Mississippi.
If you prefer another type of tour through West Virginia, “Spring Wild Flower of West Virginia” might be your choice. Written by former professor emeritus of West Virginia University, Earl L. Core, it is a valued resource guide.
MountainMade has many other guides on its shelves to make your visit around West Virginia more enjoyable and educational. Check them out online or in the Gallery.
Four West Virginia Travel Guides Available at MountainMade