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West Virginia Hotels
West Virginia is a state vacation made for those who like adventure and the great outdoors. With more than 75 percent of the state covered by forests, there are plenty of state parks and forests to visit for your camping, hiking, mountain biking and other fun outdoor needs. Monongahela National Forest is among the most popular spot in the state. Live life on the edge as you take a Bridge Walk tour of West Virginia across the 3,030-foot New River Gorge Bridge on the catwalk while being securely fastened to a safety cable. There are certain age, height and clothing requirements to be able to participate in this heart-racing endeavor though. A historic and exciting town in West Virginia is Harpers Ferry. Spend a day in this charming town shopping, eating, hiking, biking, floating down the river, touring and so much more. Historical museums and exhibits and ghost tours tend to attract tourists.