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Pendleton County : les meilleures activités

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Natural Feature
“An overlook whose view never disappoints! I can provide turn-by-turn directions from Harrisonburg.”
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Natural Feature
“Beautiful, secluded, rugged. So many great hiking, biking, and rock climbing areas....plus swimming holes! ”
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Restaurant Américain
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“Reasonably priced, food is good. Located at the intersection of Rt 33 and Briary Gap Road that goes to Spruce Knob .”
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Mountain
“Spruce Knob , at 4,863 feet (1,482 m), is the highest point in the state of West Virginia and the summit of Spruce Mountain, the highest peak in the Allegheny Mountains. The summit of Spruce Knob has a definite alpine feel, much more so than most other mountains of the Southern Appalachians. The upper few hundred feet are covered in a dense spruce forest, a relic boreal forest environment similar to those found in northern New England and Canada. The summit is accessible both via trails and a paved Forest Service road, and is crowned with a stone lookout tower amid a mixture of boulder fields, meadows and trees. A handicap-accessible nature trail half a mile (0.8 km) long circles the topmost part of the mountain. High west winds near the summit have gnarled the spruce to where they are flagged with limbs only on their leeward (eastward) side. You can drive to the top (a beautiful drive), and then a short walk to a look-out tower and scenic overlooks. There are some other hikes around there too.”
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Restaurant Américain
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“Hidden beneath the Earth's surface, only a few miles from West Virginia's highest peak, lie the beautiful Seneca Caverns - an underground wonderland! Visitors may set free their imaginations as they gaze upon one of the West Virginia's most famous and magnificent wonders. Seneca Caverns were first discovered and used by the Seneca Indians, one of the six tribes of the Iroquois Confederacy around 1400 AD. The Seneca Indians used the caverns for ceremonial ritual, as well as for refuge from harsh weather or enemy tribes. In 1742, European explorer Laven Teter re-discovered the entrace and began exploration of teh caverns interior. Commercial latern tours began in 1928! Open year around!”
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Fire Station
“A beautiful drive plus a short hike. This is a great place to visit on a nice day. I can provide turn-by-turn directions from Harrisonburg.”
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Travel Agency
“Seneca rocks state part in right on the north fork of the south branch of the Potomac River. There is a park, a climbing school and Smoke Hole Caverns is in the vicinity as well. It's a beautiful drive from Rawley.”
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Autres grands espaces
“Have a zip line adventure, or go rock climbing. There is a via ferrata course where you are safely hooked in for climbing with cables. Great for picnics, too. ”
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Restaurant
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“This restaurant is around 25 minutes way from the cabin. The food is great, the personnel are accommodating, and the prices are reasonable. ”
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Ice Cream Shop
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“Really good, rich ice cream plus hotdogs and other light fare. Nothing better on a hot day! The retro décor is cool, too! Now serving sandwiches, wraps, paninis, and sometimes weekend specials. Open Thurs to Sun.”
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Autres grands espaces
Lodging
“Unassuming but elegant dining. The spot in Monterey for family or romantic dining.”
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Pizzeria
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“Great lunch or dinner place, especially for families. Next to grocery store, ABC store, gas stations.”
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Restaurant
“Cool place to eat on the second story porch while looking at the view and watching people below.”
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Indie Movie Theater
“Take the kids to an old fashioned drive in! Lots of fun in summer. Food is served, as well. Look them up on FB for the movie schedule, or ask us and we'll find out what's playing!”
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