Seneca Rocks with sandstone cliffs is a West Virginia landmark with rich climbing history
A couple on the wooden deck atop Seneca Rocks in West Virginia's Monongahela National Forest. (Bob Downing/Akron Beacon Journal)
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The trail to Seneca Rocks includes a major bridge over the North Fork of the South Branch of the Potomac River. (Bob Downing/Akron Beacon Journal)
It is a climb of nearly 900 feet to reach the top of Senea Rocks, a major West Virginia landmark. The rock sits above the hamlet of Seneca Rocks, W. Va. (Bob Downing/Akron Beacon Journal)
The historic Sites Homestead sits at the egde of the parkinmg lot that leads climbers and hikers to Seneca Rocks in Seneca Rocks, W. Va.
(Bob Downing/Akron Beacon Journal)