Remote working doesn’t have be all work. With an abundance of scenic spots and charming towns to explore after closing your laptop for the day, West Virginia adds more adventure to your everyday tasks.

Your Next Remote Work Adventure Awaits

Experience remote work in a place that is truly Almost Heaven. From cozy cabins and luxurious lodges to charming coffee shops, West Virginia has the perfect remote work destination for you. Follow these easy steps below, and you will soon experience the remote working adventure of a lifetime.

Step 1: Choose Your Stay

No matter what type of remote work retreat you are dreaming of, you can find the perfect stay in West Virginia. Explore these local options and more.

Step 2: Find a Place to Work

Stay in your cozy cabin and get some work done, or find a spot in a nearby mountain town to work on your to-do list. While every town has a variety of unique cafes, bookshops and more. Check out these featured spots to get inspired. 

Step 3: Plan your adventures (off the clock, of course)

A remote work trip in Almost Heaven is not complete without trying a few new activities. Take on these adventures that you will only find in the Mountain State.

Outdoor Adventures

West Virginia’s nature is calling your name after you’ve been staring at your screen all day. Explore some of the state’s most beautiful waterfalls on the West Virginia Waterfall Trail for a chance to win exclusive waterfall-themed prizes. A trip to Kanawha Falls and Cathedral Falls in Gauley Bridge or Blackwater Falls in Davis boasts some of the most picturesque cascades in West Virginia. To get more action in the water, book a whitewater rafting trip through River Riders, Adventures on the Gorge or ACE Adventure Resort.

Keep your outdoor explorations going by trekking scenic hiking trails. From scenic hikes in the New River Gorge to longer excursions along the 78-mile Greenbrier River Trail, West Virginia has a trail to match your energy. If you want to go on a hike that really isn’t a hike at all, Bridge Walk is a one-of-a-kind walk across the New River Gorge Bridge – at 851 feet above the ground!

Mountain Town Fun

Hop between the hills and get in on the action in West Virginia’s mountain towns. Capitol Market in Charleston is tucked in a turn-of-the-century train station and is an exciting mix of farm goodness and specialty shops. In the Eastern Panhandle, historic towns like Harpers Ferry, Shepherdstown and Charles Town are filled with charming little antique shops, Civil War history sites and much more that truly give you a feel for simpler times. If you’re planning a remote work adventure in Mountaineer Country, become one with the Mountaineers in Morgantown or take a deep dive in life during the colonial times at Prickett’s Fort State Park in Fairmont.

Work Meets Adventure in #AlmostHeaven