White Water Paddling in West Virginia, WV
About West Virginia White Water Paddling
RootsRated explores best the whitewater paddling in West Virginia. From quick runs to all day epics, let our experts help you find the perfect place to paddle. Our destinations are chosen by outdoor experts who live and play in West Virginia, so you’re sure to find the top adventures and maybe even a few local secrets!
The East Coast’s big water run that built West Virginia's rafting industry is accessible and fun for most paddlers.
Known as the Beast of the East, the Gauley River has some of the best whitewater paddling on Earth. It's definitely upper world class—and it's within a day's drive.
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Grab a board and hit the waves— in a land-locked state. West Virginia’s lakes and rapids are perfect for the nation’s trendiest watersport: stand-up paddleboarding, which has its roots in surfing.
Landlocked states don’t have a reputation for diving. But one local wasn’t going to let that stop her from chasing her passion.
There’s a new way to explore America’s best-known family feud. We’re talking, of course, about the Hatfields and the McCoys.
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.
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