The West Virginia. Cyclopedia
Though entirely mountainous, West Virginia's geography is incredibly diverse. The Allegheny Mountains, more than 4,000 feet high, are Canadian in climate and character. The Eastern Panhandle is largely a landscape of broad, sweeping valleys backdropped by parallel mountain ranges. The western third is largely a landscape of hollows and ridges that shelter many small farms. Landscapes such as Seneca Rocks and the New River Gorge are among the nation's most visited natural areas.
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Pages in category "Geographic Features"
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