Dolly Sods Wilderness Area

The 17,371 acre Dolly Sods Wilderness in the Monongahela National Forest is part of the National Wilderness Preservation System. It is located in Grant, Randolph and Tucker Counties, West Virginia. The Dolly Sods Wilderness contains much of the Red Creek drainage and contains bog and heath eco-types, more commonly typical to southern Canada. Elevations range from 2,500 to over 4,700 feet.  Dolly Sods Wilderness has 47 miles of trails, many of which follow old railroad grades and logging roads.

 Cheat-Potomac Ranger District, HC 59 Box 240, Petersburg WV 26847

www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/mnf/recarea/?recid=12366

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Mountain Trails

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North Fork Adventures

North Fork Adventures offers year-round guided fly-fishing trips on nearly 2 miles of private trophy trout stream at Harman’s Log Cabins. North Fork Adventures is a great place to experience fly-fishing for the first time or improve your technique if your already into fly fishing!
www.wvlogcabins.com

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NROCKS Outdoor Adventures

NROCKS Outdoor Adventures is the premiere guided climbing center in West Virginia. NROCKS offers guided Rock Climbing, Zip-Linging and the nation’s premiere Via Ferrata.
www.NROCKS.com

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Seneca Rocks Climbing School

304-567-2600 www.climbseneca.com

Seneca Rocks Discovery Center – Monongahela National Forest

The Seneca Rocks Discovery Center, located at the base of Seneca Rocks, offers a majestic view of the vertical wall of Seneca Rocks. Watch rock climbers from the telescope on the outside deck, and inside there are maps, books, travel information and plenty of room to sit and relax. Enjoy a movie of the history of the area, too! Great restrooms and a good starting point to begin hikes to the top of the Rocks.
304-567-2827

Smoke Hole Outfitters of WV

www.smokehole.com

Spruce Knob – Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area and Seneca Rocks Discovery Center

Encompassing 100,000 acres, the scenic Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area (NRA) contains the highest peak in West Virginia, some of the best rock climbing on the east coast and outstanding views.  Seneca Rocks Discovery Center sits near the trail head for walkers and climbers.

For more information on the Spruce Knob – Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area please contact the Seneca Rocks Discovery Center at (304)567-2827 or the Potomac Ranger District at (304)257-4488

www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/mnf/recreation/recarea/?recid=7050

Yokum’s Seneca Rocks Stables, LLC

Offering horseback rides to the top of Seneca Rocks
304-567-2466 yokumstables@yahoo.com

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