Its the second biggest lake in WV, so its not that hard to find. its on route 19. In the more zoomed up shot of the lake you can see route 19 crosses over the lake, right before you are cross the bridge going south there is a dirt parking area. Just walk back from there in almost any direction and you’ll end up on top of some sweet cliffs, the trail is heavily walked and they all lead somewhere cool. The pick labeled bridge in background is a shot from the rocks when you walk around from the parking spot, that bridge is route 19. The other two are us just monkeying around. The lake is literally lined with cliffs, and at the pinnacle right at the main bend of the lake there is an enormous 70-80 footer that none of us could handle. Having a boat would be ridiculous but renting them there is a fortune so we just hiked it.