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Outdoors at New River Gorge. Regional craftworks at Tamarack. In Paden City, Marble King makes over a million marbles per day. Cairo hosts annual Marble-fest. Local artisans create one-of-a-kind marbles. In Grafton, first Mother's Day celebration held. In Fairmont, first Father's Day. Moundsville, Adena Indian burial mounds built over 1000 years ago. Harpers Ferry played important role in industry, abolition of slavery, civil war, and education of former slaves. At National Historic Park, visitors learn about John Brown and hike trails. Scenic vistas, tunnels, waterfalls and rivers highlight West Virginia's railroad country. Visitors explore via golden era of steam or reliving life in a 40's Pullman car. Local guides explain allure of rock climbing at Seneca Rocks. Nelson Rocks includes a "via ferrata" – with fixed cables and steel ladders to aid climbing.


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Outdoors at New River Gorge. Regional craftworks at Tamarack. In Paden City, Marble King makes over a million marbles per day. Cairo hosts annual Marble-fest. Local artisans create one-of-a-kind marbles. In Grafton, first Mother's Day celebration held. In Fairmont, first Father's Day. Moundsville, Adena Indian burial mounds built over 1000 years ago. Harpers Ferry played important role in industry, abolition of slavery, civil war, and education of former slaves. At National Historic Park, visitors learn about John Brown and hike trails. Scenic vistas, tunnels, waterfalls and rivers highlight West Virginia's railroad country. Visitors explore via golden era of steam or reliving life in a 40's Pullman car. Local guides explain allure of rock climbing at Seneca Rocks. Nelson Rocks includes a "via ferrata" – with fixed cables and steel ladders to aid climbing.


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