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NROCKS Outdoor Adventures

141 Nelson Gap Road, Circleville, WV 26804
+1 877-435-4842
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Great stay, attentive service.

Spent a very cold weekend here enjoying the mountains. Was very grateful for the warm room and hot... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
BenjaminRVA
FANTASTIC!

To be totally honest I thought this was going to be kinda lame, but to my glee I was totally wrong... read more

Reviewed 6 December 2017
Michael D
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NROCKS Outdoor Adventures, formerly known as the Nelson Rocks Outdoor Center, is a privately-owned adventure destination that encompasses 145 mountainous acres, including the two Tuscarora Quartzite fins of Nelson Rocks. Located in the beautiful North Fork Valley of Pendleton County, West Virginia, NROCKS is home to a Via Ferrata, The North Fork Valley Canopy Tour, and incredible guided rock climbing trips. Come visit and experience an adventure of a lifetime!
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“rock climbing” (29 reviews)
“canopy tour” (20 reviews)
“fear of heights” (13 reviews)
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141 Nelson Gap Road, Circleville, WV 26804
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Spent a very cold weekend here enjoying the mountains. Was very grateful for the warm room and hot showers. Brian was very helpful both over the phone and in person.

Thank BenjaminRVA
Reviewed 6 December 2017

To be totally honest I thought this was going to be kinda lame, but to my glee I was totally wrong! I assumed that it would consist of climbing one rock face and crossing a bridge and couldn’t possibly last 3-4 hours. I was pleasantly...More

Thank Michael D
Reviewed 27 November 2017

Went here Thanksgiving weekend, it was a bit windy and cold up on the rocks so wear a few layers and DEFINITELY a wind breaker that you can move freely in. I used my cycling rain skin and it worked fine. I've been rock climbing...More

Thank Andrew W
Reviewed 12 November 2017

I went with my four children age 15-22 yrs. The trip was exactly what I wanted because we were able to have the experience of rock climbing but safely. The guides where professional, but also friendly and patient even permitted a proud dad several opportunities...More

Thank gordon k
Reviewed 27 October 2017 via mobile

Went to WV to raft the Gauley. Couldn’t decide if I wanted to drive 3 hrs more for Via Ferrata! So glad I did - I loved it! I’ve indoor climbed a few times and climbed and rappelled waterfalls in Puerto Rico. This was a...More

Thank RCG000
Reviewed 23 October 2017 via mobile

Researched this company on the Internet and made reservations on-line. It was very easy. I even reserved one of there lodge rooms, since there are not a lot of lodging in this area. At age 61, I was not sure if I could do this,...More

Thank scgarber
Reviewed 19 October 2017

I signed up to do the Via Ferrata, not expecting much, since the east coast isn't renown for great mountains. I was BLOWN AWAY at how much FUN it was. Hard work, adrenaline pumping, felt like we were mile high. Our guide was incredible, very...More

Thank Heather A
Reviewed 13 October 2017

Skydiving over the great barrier reef, catching snakes and crocodiles in the amazon, paragliding, hang gliding, driving racecars and motorcycles, wing walking, this was up there with all of them. It was amazing. It is 40% physical and 60% mental and 100% fun. I'm making...More

Thank BryanDuggan
Reviewed 9 October 2017

Many reviews are about the Via Ferrata so wanted to add on about our Top Roping experience. We did a half day trip with our 3 kids, all who have experience indoors climbing. This was first time outside climbing for 3 of us. Site was...More

Thank susanshopping
Reviewed 7 October 2017

My wife and I were both a bit nervous at first, but quickly got the hang of climbing along the rungs and cables. Great views, and a real sense of achievement to complete the climb. Our guide was terrific, and we felt safe (albeit challenged!)...More

Thank Patrick L
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Maulin S
17 August 2016|
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Response from Brian S | Reviewed this property |
As others mentioned there was a wide rage of people on the trip I was on both in age and fitness. As long as you are in decent hiking shape this should not be very challenging for you to do. Also the pace is not fast since... More
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savvyc
25 November 2015|
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Response from NROCKS | Property representative |
Hello SavvyC, Thanks for reaching out and asking us about our weather policy. We climb the Via Ferrata in light rain. If consistent medium to heavy rain is expected we typically do not climb. In addition, if we're... More
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Jennifer U
10 August 2015|
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Response from NROCKS | Property representative |
Hi Jennifer, A smaller camera will be more practical to click away with while you climb, however if you are prepared to wear a backpack there are definitely a couple of places you can pull out your DSLR for some fantastic... More
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