Abigail Wise

Taos, West Virginia

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  1. Cyclin' the Capital City of West Virginia

    From scenic river paths to more urban routes, West Virginia will not disappoint when it comes to biking. Whether you’re after an epic all-day ride or just an efficient way to get downtown, Charleston has a wide variety of bike routes.

  2. 6 West Virginia Mountain Hikes That Aren't Really Hikes

    Take a break from your go-to trail classics and hop on one of these hikes that are— well, not actually a hike. Trek on these wild, wonderful stairs, ladders, bridges and more

  3. The Top 5 Bouldering Areas in New Mexico

    Taos

    For decades, most of the bouldering areas in New Mexico had been passed along by word of mouth, but that's no longer the case. Here are 5 of the best spots in the state to scout out problems.

  4. 10 of the Best Hiking Trails in New Mexico

    Taos

    From impossibly white sand dunes to Gatorade-blue alpine lakes, here's a glimpse at some of the best hiking trails in New Mexico.

  5. 6 Accessible River Spots to Launch your Boat in WV

    West Virginia

    The most scenic and exciting boat launches in the Mountain State.

  6. 6 Waterfalls You Can Paddle Over

    West Virginia

    West Virginia is known for its mountains and world-class whitewater rivers, and when that wild water tumbles over those hills, hold on for one heck of a ride!

  7. The Best Climbing for Kiddos in WV

    West Virginia

    It’s not just physical exercise. The sport will also require your kids to use their brain power to figure out the best way up the wall. Lucky for you, West Virginia is home to a variety of well-known climbing camps and clinics for children.

  8. 7 Off-the-Grid Camping Spots in WV

    West Virginia

    Escape the crowds and experience the remote, rugged wilderness of West Virginia. Forget overcrowded campsites! The next time you explore the rugged West Virginia wilderness, check out our list of under-the-radar campsites.