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    New River Gorge

    National River West Virginia

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  • River Detours and Closures at the Thomas Buford Pugh Memorial Bridge

    The WV Department of Highways and the Federal Highways Administration is replacing the Thomas Buford Pugh Memorial Bridge on Route 41 in the town of Prince. Construction will require temporary full river traffic closures and long term river detours. More »

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Join the conversation and stay connected with what is happening at New River Gorge National River, Bluestone National Scenic River, and Gauley River National Recreation Area. Learn about your parks, keep up to date on park events and programs, and share your experiences through our social media pages.

 
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"Like" us on Facebook to stay up to date with upcoming programs and special events, share your experiences, and connect with park staff. We use our Facebook page to share photos, videos, park news, and information. You can use it to share your thoughts, questions, and experiences with us and others.

 
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Twitter
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Follow us on Twitter to receive news, special alerts, closure updates, event announcements, website updates, and other information.

 
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YouTube
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Visit the official New River Gorge National River YouTube channel to see videos created by park rangers highlighting the park and its natural and cultural resources.

 
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Flickr
http://www.flickr.com/photos/newrivergorgenps
Are you looking for pictures of New River Gorge National River for your website, publication, or school project? Visit our flickr site to find photos of the park, activities, and special events.

 
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Vist our instagram page to view and share photos of New River Gorge National River.

Did You Know?

BASE Jumper at New River Gorge

One day each year, hundreds of BASE (Building, Antenna, Span, and Earth) jumpers come to New River Gorge to parachute from the New River Gorge Bridge.