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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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