Our 5th highpoint. ppppppppppppotholes!!! Getting to the top takes a lot longer than what it looks like on a map. the road off of Rt 33, was closed for repairs a couple of miles up, so we backtracked and headed to an access road off of Rt 28. About a 17 mile trip through an amazing display of pothole roads and we made it. It was cold and sprinkling rain. My wife wrapped herself and our son in a blanket, and we walked to the observation tower. Really nice view, and Spruce Knob Lake looked like a great place to camp, but we traded being cold and wet camping for nice warm hotel room in Parsons, Wv. West Virginia National Forest are great and beautiful. The day we spent in Parsons, Wv was pleasant…….nice small town. Their Fox’s Pizza Den was some good chow.