Forgotten monuments and historic buildings sit just off the beaten path. Long Point, Nuttallburg, Sandstone Falls … it’s hard to resist another visit to places like these. But what about the remaining 70,000 acres in the New River Gorge? The next time you hike, consider going to parts (relatively) unknown; you might find a new … Continue reading What’s hidden deep in the New River Gorge?→
Celebrate the season’s most glorious feast day in style! Find out where to go for sunrise walks, fine dining, and egg hunts. Dawn’s early light At 876 feet above the New River Gorge, the scenery is spectacular. Forested mountains spread into the distance, water glistens far below, and crisp clouds seem close enough to touch. … Continue reading Add these Easter specials to your “basket”→
For just one afternoon, listen to the music of kings. Mountainside Baroque’s performances harken to Old World splendor. Their special instruments and singing are a feast for the senses! Pearls of sound Europe may be thousands of miles away, but you can still benefit from its culture. This is especially true with music — a … Continue reading Going for baroque—musically speaking→
Indulge your sweet tooth … all day! The Lewisburg Chocolate Festival on April 8 puts the best chocolatiers and desserts in one place. Taste decadent creations, watch baking demonstrations, and try artisan meals. Go ahead; for one day, it’s OK to splurge. Loco for cocoa Simple on the outside, creamy complexity on the inside: behold … Continue reading The year’s most delicious outdoor festival→
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