Tired of the same old tourist traps? Whether you're a visitor or a local looking for something different, this book shows you the Mountain State of West Virginia that you never knew existed.
Bravely scale the fabled Seneca Rocks, take in the beauty of the Huntington Museum of Art's orchid collection, or tour the millionaire mansions and mining towns in the New River and Greenbrier Valley regions. So, if you've "been there, done that" one too many times, get off the main road and venture "Off the Beaten Path"!
Book is organized by geographical regions and valleys with each section including Best Annual Events, Best Attractions, Local Trivia, Places to Stay, Best Places to Eat, Other Attractions Worth Seeing, and contact information for local Convention and Visitors Bureaus for more information.
The author, Su Clauson-Wicker, has spent a month of Sundays in West Virginia each year since 1989. She is a regional travel writer and award-winning author, currently living in Blacksburg, Virginia. Includes foreword by Senator Jay Rockefeller.
Soft cover, 211 pages.