GAUDINEER SCENIC AREA
About 140 acres of the Mountain State's claim to fame is untouched, undisturbed and waiting for your enjoyment. Travel to Randolph and Pocahontas counties where photojournalist Brad Rice shows you the view.
Fall color starts a little earlier than the rest of West Virginia. Typically, colors peak in late September or Early October.
Gaudineer Scenic Area
Person Interviewed: Scott Wells
Title: Greenbrier Ranger District
Date: Open year-round
Location: Monongahela National Forest
Getting There: The Gaudineer Scenic Area is located near Gaudineer Knob of Shavers Mountain in Randolph and Pocahontas Counties. The area is located about 5.5 miles from Durbin, West Virginia. To reach the area travel west from Durbin on US 250 for 4 miles to Forest Service Road 27, then north on Forest Service Road 27 for 1.5 miles to the area. The Scenic Area is in the headwaters of Glade Run and Old Road Run, tributaries of Shavers Fork of Cheat River and West Fork of Greenbrier River.
Phone: Greenbrier Ranger District: 304-456-3335
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