They call it the Tri-State Area, consisting of Eastern Ohio, the north panhandle of West Virginia, and Southwest Pennsylvania.
Historically, these are old steel mill regions whose factories time forgot.
Some counties in Ohio are Jefferson, Harrison, Columbiana, Belmont, and Guernsey. Counties in West
Virginia are Hancock, Brooke, Ohio, Marshall, Wetzel, and in Pennsylvania, Beaver, Allegheny, and Washington.
There isn’t much to see in the viewing area, except the abandoned mills and factories dotting the river. Yet, there’s another side to the Tri-State Area. A brigher side.
Whether it’s the breathtaking landscape seen beyond the river itself, of endless forest, hills, and countryside, or simply familiarity and pride of hailing from a once legendary vierwing area.
Just seek out the following.