We spent three nights in Fayetteville, WV at the Riftrafters Campground, our springboard for all the sights were wanted to see in the area.
Day 1-We drove to the Grandview Visitor Center and walked to the overlook to see the beautiful horseshoe turn of the New River.
We hiked the Grandview Rim Trail to see the river a few more times before hoping in the road and driving from Grandview to Sandstone Falls.
The drive to Sandstone Falls is approximately 30 miles from Grandview, but it took an hour and 30 minutes to get there.The falls were beautiful though and totally worth it.
Our last stop was Babcock State Park to see the Grist Mill at Glade Springs.
Grist Mill at Glade Springs in Babcock State Park
What a day! We only drive 138 miles, but it took us over eight hours!
Day 2 - We drove to the New River Bridge Visitor Center and then walked out to the bridge overlook. When we were arrived, the entire gorge was totally fogged in. After we spent 30 minutes inside the visitors center, the fog was started to lift.
One we left the Visitor Center at the Bridge, we drove down to Montgomery.
The Falls at Glen Farris
Nice painting of Montgomery on a store wall.
A boat ride on the Kanawha River with long-time friends Lou Ann and Gary.