North Fork Mountain Inn

Address: 235 Canyon View Lane, Cabins, West Virginia, 26855, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 235 Canyon View Lane, Cabins.
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    Travel Blogs from Cabins

    Falling: Definition

    A travel blog entry by vagabond07 on Jan 25, 2015

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    ... up with something that at least looked like gravy (Lindsay and I don't like gravy and thus couldn't be accurate judges of how good our food was...haha). We had a church service in the lodge before loading up all of the cars and going back to Timberline.
    I'm not sure what convinced Daniel that Lindsay, Abbi, and I were up for the challenge of a blue slope. Abbi and Lindsay were pros and made it down with just a few falls. I made it down "Lower Almost Heaven" in a ...

    Salamander Challenge

    A travel blog entry by vagabond07 on Jan 24, 2015

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    ... I could learn how to stop by using methods other than diving to the ground. Daniel showed me the basics and Greg and Keisha took over coaching. After several runs down the bunny slope, they declared that I was ready for the 2 mile Salamander. They might have been a little enthusiastic in their assessment of my skills. I fell...a lot. In total, I made it down the Salamander twice that day. The rest of my time was spent working on turns and form ...

    Snowy Adventures

    A travel blog entry by vagabond07 on Jan 23, 2015

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    ... this summer. It was so hard not to stop every ten minutes (okay, ten seconds) and capture a shot of the landscape. I swear there were sirens calling to me from the snow covered rolling hills that were dotted with cows and rustic wooden and stone buildings. Once we left the main highways we were in a true winter wonderland. Abbi wasn't thrilled by the occasional white out conditions; but I couldn't be happier to back in the snow once again. Good news: ...

    Summiting Seneca!

    A travel blog entry by knorthcutt on Jun 16, 2014

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    ... sitting outside we had a nice little chat with. And Lee played the silly nut game! Okay that sounds bad... There is a nut (piece of gear) hanging on the antlers of what I am assuming is a dear scull. The game is to pull up grab the nut with your mouth and lift to place it on the other side of the antlers. It is wierd but incredibly difficult. But he did it with ease!

    When we got back to the mountain we headed back towards ...

    Did I Mention that WV is the Mountain State?!

    A travel blog entry by boulderbigs on Sep 26, 2013

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    Could it be that the West Virginia mascot or the State nickname wasn't enough to figure this out? Wow, did we ever do some climbing today.
    We began the morning lookig out the tent entrance to the misty-fog that is West Virginia. The Allegheny Highlands Trail awaited us. Even better, a coasting downhill section awaited us.
    We'd spent a warm night even though the tent is soaking wet. We even got a paved section around Parsons. First land battle of the Civil War was ...