Waterfall Wednesday: Cathedral Falls, W.Va.

Ellen Matis

Each week, Recreation News takes you to a new waterfall in the Mid-Atlantic. This week, see Cathedral Falls in West Virginia.

State: West Virginia9225044932_04f2d6cbdf_z

Location: Gauley Bridge

Height: 60 feet

Cathedral falls is one of West Virginia’s highest waterfalls, and considered to be one of the most scenic. It’s located in a small, roadside park that easy to visit.

More information: There are two other falls to visit in the area, Kanawha Falls and Mill Creek Falls.

How to get there:

While you’re there:

Pack a picnic lunch. According to visitwv.com, there’s no prettier spot to enjoy a meal. The roadside park has a couple of tables, and with a little exploring you can see more of the falls than just what you can view from the road.

More information: http://visitwv.com/cathedral-falls/

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