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New River Gorge Bridge This bridge is 876 feet high and is the second longest steel arc bridge in the world. On the 3rd Saturday in October, the bridge is shut down and people rappel or BASE jump off of it. It's the only day that you are allowed to walk across the bridge.

Laurel Creek Covered Bridge, the smallest covered bridge in West Virginia. The bridge is in good condition and still in use. Monroe County, WV

Steel girders on the underside of the New River Gorge Bridge in Fog, West Virginia by Todd Stradford

New River Gorge Bridge at night #wv #bridge photo by Beth Forester

Organ Cave, located South of Lewisburg West Virginia is one astounding natural landmark. The cave contains the largest collection of saltpeter vats in the U.S., mined during the Civil War for making gunpowder.

This foot bridge crosses the Bluestone River in Bramwell WV. It connected to a piece of land where Coal Baron I.T. Mann built his children a 'small' playhouse. This playhouse was larger than many people's homes!

New River Gorge Bridge in West Virginia http://www.wvyourway.com/west_virginia/tourism.aspx