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Point of Interest
“This is a MUST see! Visit the visitors center and then drive to the bottom of the bridge. You'll fall in love with the views”
  • 12 Einheimischen empfohlen
Bar
“Beer and wine bar. Live music every Thursday and Saturday! Check out their FB page for music schedule. Delicious burritos and beautiful views! Walking distance from stargazing studio.”
  • 7 Einheimischen empfohlen
Bridge
“Third longest single span arch bridge in the world. It's 875' above the New River. Hiking, world class white water rafting, zip lines, canopy top tours, and Bridge Day every fall with BASE jumping!”
  • 5 Einheimischen empfohlen
Tourist Information Center
“Very nice Visitor's Center. You'll see license plates from all over the country here. Gift shop, informational movie, small museum, 2 rocking chairs with full length window view of the New River, restrooms, trail (mostly just steps... a lot) down to great view of New River Gorge Bridge. Park Rangers will answer questions and have maps. Cheesy souvenir shop across the street from parking lot. BridgeWalk entrance is also nearby. Take first road at the north end of the bridge, off US Route 19 (turn right if coming from the south/New River Cottage).”
  • 5 Einheimischen empfohlen
Bridge
“This is a great place for outdoor exploration. Depending on the time of year you can watch wold class whitewater rafters navigating the New River. This is also a world class rock climbing area so you may see a climber scaling one of the Gorge's towering walls. For the slightly less adventurous swing by the visitor center. It has some interesting displays. Then take the stairs down to the observation deck. You will have great view of the Bridge and the Gorge. From there you can drive a few minutes to the Endless Wall trailhead. This is a 3 miles loop trail (the last part is on the road back to where you parked). You will have amazing views of the Gorge. Along the way you will see signs for "climbing access". Follow the signs and you will find some permanent metal ladders that access the climbing areas. They are for all who dare to use. Have fun exploring here. Once you get back to the car drive the road down to the bottom of the Gorge and then back up the other side. You will end up in Fayetteville. Hit Pies & Pints for dinner and then head home. The perfect day!”
  • 3 Einheimischen empfohlen
Point of Interest
“Feel adventurous? This is a guided tour of the New River Gorge Bridge from the catwalk 25’ beneath the Bridge. Attached to a safety cable, you will walk the entire 3,030' length of the bridge. Tour lasts 2-3 hours. You are shuttled to and from the bridge. I'm afraid of heights, but loved it. They even have a full moon tour. Incredible views from about 876' up.”
  • 3 Einheimischen empfohlen
Museum
“Pick up trails maps and brochures about the park, orient yourself to the area, learn about the natural history and man made history of the New River Gorge National River and Gauley River National Recreation Area. ”
  • 2 Einheimischen empfohlen
Malerischer Ausblick
“This is a great place for outdoor exploration. Depending on the time of year you can watch wold class whitewater rafters navigating the New River. This is also a world class rock climbing area so you may see a climber scaling one of the Gorge's towering walls. For the slightly less adventurous swing by the visitor center. It has some interesting displays. Then take the stairs down to the observation deck. You will have great view of the Bridge and the Gorge. From there you can drive a few minutes to the Endless Wall trailhead. This is a 3 miles loop trail (the last part is on the road back to where you parked). You will have amazing views of the Gorge. Along the way you will see signs for "climbing access". Follow the signs and you will find some permanent metal ladders that access the climbing areas. They are for all who dare to use them. Have fun exploring here, but be safe. Once you get back to the car drive the road down to the bottom of the Gorge and then back up the other side. You will end up in Fayetteville. Hit Pies & Pints for dinner and then head home. The perfect day!”
  • 2 Einheimischen empfohlen
Park
“One of my favorite trails. This is good for beginner hikers and kids alike. The views are stunning ”
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Premise
“This bridge used to be the only point of connection across the vast New River Gorge. The drive down to the bridge is sometimes hair-raising sharp turns, but it is worth it. Once you drive across the low Fayette Station Bridge, turn into the parking area just beyond for some great views of whitewater rafters and kayakers battling the rapids. There is also a nice little beach area for kids to dip into (with appropriate supervision, of course). The rocks alongside the river are nice for picnics as well.”
  • Von 1 Einheimischem empfohlen
Grocery or Supermarket
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Point of Interest
“A beautiful drive down into the Gorge, cross the river, and back up the other side. Take your time. At the bottom you'll find a restroom facility, parking, and gorgeous views from the rivers edge.”
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