Their grandeur takes our breath away. Their gentle sound compliments periods of mediation. Regardless of their size, waterfalls create in the observer a feeling of serenity, a sense of restrained power. To discover a falls is sublime, and now Waterfalls of Virginia and West Virginia is available to guide willing adventurers to locate easy as well as challenging waterfalls in the Old Dominion and Mountain States. This complete and comprehensive guide offers clear directions to over 200 waterfalls open to the public. In addition to a brief description of each falls, at-a-glance information including height, type, size of watershed, and difficulty of access help readers choose which waterfall to visit and when. Directions on photography, including how to set up the best shot--from time of day, angle, direction to location--makes this book indispensable to professional and amateur photographers. From Shenandoah National Park to New River Gorge National River, from the Monongahela National Forest to the George Washington and Jefferson National Forest, this book has a waterfall to fit any readers mood or sense of adventure. Waterfalls of Virginia and West Virginia is the only guidebook to the waterfalls of these two states.