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Hotel
“Blackwater Falls State Park of course has the falls but also enjoy views from Pendleton Point. The centerpiece of the park is Blackwater Falls, a 62-foot cascade where the Blackwater River leaves its leisurely course in Canaan Valley and enters rugged Blackwater Canyon.”
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Mountain
“Maryland's highest point is accessed by a trailhead and short, intense hike. Located about 30 minutes South of the resort area, resting on the boulders and taking in the scenery to the North is a sight to behold. You will be so high the hawks will be soaring beneath you - quite a sight! Small pull off area on the right of RT 219 and trailhead on your left. Hike is pretty steep in areas but not terribly long. When you have conquered this mountaintop, signed the register found in the mailbox at the top, and safely descended, continue South on RT 219 for another 15 minutes and you will find yourself in the fun, small town of Thomas, WV. Grab grub at the Purple Fiddle on Main Street! ”
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Point of Interest
“Great music, sometimes some well known acts. Buy tickets in advance for popular shows. Check website for lineup.”
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Pizzatent
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“Begin your day with a lunch stop at Sirianni's Pizza cafe, a lakeside joint in downtown Davis. The pizza and pastas are beloved by local ski teams, and the views of the serene lake help you gear up for a relaxing afternoon getaway. ”
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Restaurant
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“If you're looking for authentic Mexican food, you've come to the wrong place. But, if you're looking for unique, West Virginia inspired, meal-sized burritos filled with homemade ingredients, Hellbender Burritos is for you. Barbeque Burrito? Frito Pie Burrito? Buffalo Burrito? Yes, yes and YES! Meat-eaters and vegetarians alike will find a menu full of choices.”
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Park
“Skiing, Tubing, Fall chair lift rides, Golf, Shooting range, Ice skating, Cross country skiing, Mountain Biking and hiking trails and probably more.”
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Bakkerij
“Great coffee and cocktails. Not cheap but worth it. Friday nights are burger nights but best get there early. Otherwise not much of a food selection.”
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Park
“A lot of wilderness and gorgeousness. Don't let the marginal weather deter you; you'll enjoy this place so much more with fewer people. Use a map, be safe. ”
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Food
“So good! Some really strong beers like Big Boy Pants. Hey, and guess what?! You can walk yourself home. ”
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Point of Interest
“Whitegrass isn't just for shredding and outdoor winter bliss. It's even more about the sense of community and all the lovely personalities that make this place magic. Oh yeah, the cafe is amazing. Hot cider and soup please. I've given my mom both their cookbooks and then had to get my own. On the weekends they do full dinners so check their website for more info. ”
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Bar
“With amusing names like Dolly Sods Cranberry Wheat and Seneca Indian Pale Ale honoring the regions landmarks, you'll want to sample a few of these local craft beers. Mountain State Brewing's beer-snack menu features munchies, pretzels and quesadillas. ”
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Art Gallery
“For those seeking art, this gallery is a great representation of the local and regional art in the Thomas area and a personal favorite of mine. ”
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Ski Area
“True all-season resort! Skiing, biking, hiking, horseback riding, chairlift rides.”
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Restaurant
“I haven't been here in a while, but it's another standard breakfast spot. In Thomas”
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Grocery or Supermarket
“All the essentials and a great beer selection if you can't find something you like at Stumptown.”
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Natural Feature
“Dolly Sods Wilderness is a U.S. Wilderness Area in the Allegheny Mountains of eastern West Virginia, and is part of the Monongahela National Forest (MNF). It is a rocky, high-altitude plateau with sweeping vistas and lifeforms normally found much farther north in Canada. To the north, the distinctive landscape of "the Sods" is characterized by stunted (“flagged”) trees, wind-carved boulders, heath barrens, grassy meadows created in the last century by logging and fires, and sphagnum bogs that are much older. To the south, a dense cove forest occupies the branched canyon excavated by the North Fork of Red Creek. The name derives from an 18th-century German homesteading family — the Dahles — and a local term for an open mountaintop meadow — a "sods". The area is known for lots of hiking trails.”
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