Dolly Sods Wilderness
Senior Editor Shannon Davis has hiked in West Virginia's Dolly Sods Wilderness dozens of times. Here, a selection of his favorite spots and shots.
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Looking southeast from the canyon rim in the Roaring Plains Wilderness
View from an off-trail campsite on the canyon rim in Roaring Plain Wilderness
Sunset in north Dolly Sods.
A butterfly lands on some mountain laurel on the Dobbin Grade Trail.
Boardwalk near the trailhead on the South Prong Trail
View of seldom-used campsite next to the South Prong trail.
View of the same South Prong Trail campsite in winter
Bear track on Forest Road 70 in February.
Crossing of the South Fork of Red Creek on the South Prong Trail
A well appointed campsite near the Rocky Ridge and Dobbin Grade Trail junction
Stunted pines along the Bear Rocks Trail in North Dolly Sods
Hiking partner Glen Crippen at Bear Rocks