This book will inspire you to get off the interstate, get on the back roads, and enjoy exploring the many spots West Virginia has to offer. West Virginia Off the Beaten Path features the things travelers and locals want to see and experience––if only they knew about them. From the best in local dining to quirky cultural tidbits to hidden attractions, unique finds, and unusual locales, West Virginia Off the Beaten Path takes the reader down the road less traveled and reveals a side of West Virginia that other guidebooks just don’t offer. The state is broken down into six regions. For each region you get detailed maps and directions; great places to eat and stay; and historical, cultural, and quirky activities and sites to visit. Get this book and treat yourself to some beautiful parts of West Virginia, “off the beaten path.”
About the author:
Su Clauson-Wicker is a Virginian who spends a month of weekends in West Virginia each year. She is author for 4th – 7th editions of West Virginia Off the Beaten Path, Scenic Roads & Byways West Virginia, and Inn to Inn Walking Guide for Virginia and West Virginia, which won the West Virginia’s Best Book Media Award. She is also published in the Roanoke Times, Recreation News, and newspapers in Ohio and North Carolina. She is contributing editor for Blue Ridge Country.
Su’s diverse career has included a decade as editor of Virginia Tech Magazine as well as positions in television, radio, medical public relations, child welfare, and a stint as a colonial wench interpreter for Smithfield Plantation.