Brush up on your history during your flight to West Virginia. Did you know that most of West Virginia's early history is shared with Virginia until it broke off into its own state in 1863?
History buffs book flights to West Virginia for the opportunity to see our nation’s important landmarks up-close. The most famous raid in American history took place at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, and helped plan West Virginia's independence from Virginia in 1863.
Water lovers booking flights to West Virginia can brave the rapids on a rafting trip in River Gorge National River Recreation Area. After working your muscles to the core, take a trip to The Greenbrier, one of the country’s most famous resorts and home to the historic spa of Berkeley Springs.
Find cheap flights to West Virginia and spend the excess cash on spa treatments and relaxation services.
West Virginia climate
West Virginia has four seasons and very diverse climates. In the valleys, western regions of the state, and Eastern Panhandle, winters are mild and summers warm. In the central, more mountainous areas, winters are quite cold, with greater amounts of snow, but summers are pleasant and mild. Annual rainfall ranges from about 30 inches in the Shenandoah Valley to over 60 inches in the southwestern mountains.