West Virginia Waterfall Trail

First Statewide Waterfall Trail

Chasing waterfalls takes on a whole new meaning this summer in West Virginia with the launch of the first-ever statewide Waterfall Trail. The trail targets travelers looking to get off the beaten path, reconnect with nature and discover more than two dozen waterfalls.

The First 

With over 200 waterfalls found across the state, the twenty-nine cascades featured along the trail are the perfect way to kick off a summer of waterfall hunting.

The trail includes well-known falls such as Blackwater and Sandstone, but also features hidden gems like Finn’s in the New River Gorge National Park.

Be Among the First to Access the Waterfall Trail Passport

Register at  WVtourism.com/waterfalls and the West Virginia Waterfall Trail passport will be delivered straight to your smartphone.

As you explore the trail, you can stamp your passport by checking in at each location.The West Virginia Department of Tourism is rewarding waterfall chasers with exclusive gear along the way.

The More You Explore, the More You Earn

Included on the trail are six waterfalls in America’s 63rd national park, the New River Gorge National Park & Preserve. These breathtaking cascades can be found within secluded coves or enjoyed at the end of a scenic trail, such as Glade Creek Falls.

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