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Dolly Sods Wilderness: Quiz


Question 1: The Dolly Sods Wilderness, or simply Dolly Sods, is a U.S. Wilderness Area in the ________ of eastern West Virginia, USA.
Allegheny MountainsPiedmont (United States)Ridge-and-Valley AppalachiansBlue Ridge Mountains

Question 2: Dolly Sods is on a ridge crest that forms part of the ________.
MarylandEastern Continental DivideAppalachian MountainsPennsylvania

Question 3: Burning the logged areas produced good grass cover for ________ sheep, and these open fields were known as "sods." Locals changed the spelling to "Dolly" and thus the area became known as the Dolly Sods.

Question 4: Allegheny Mountain Back Allegheny Mountain ________ Barton Knob Bickle Knob Champe Rocks Cheat Mountain Gaudineer Knob Mount Porte Crayon North Fork Mountain River Knobs Seneca Rocks Shavers Mountain Spruce Knob
Cheat RiverBlackwater River (West Virginia)Potomac RiverBackbone Mountain

Question 5: Black Fork Blackwater River ________ Cranberry River Dry Fork Elk River Gauley River Glady Fork Greenbrier River Laurel Fork Seneca Creek South Branch Potomac River Shavers Fork Tygart Valley River Williams River
Bear Rocks PreserveCheat RiverCheat MountainBackbone Mountain

Question 6: ________ logging made the spruce and hemlocks accessible in the late 1880s and the huge trees were cut down.
Rail transportTrain stationTransportTrain

Question 7: Brush Creek • Bear Rocks Cranesville Swamp Greenland Gap • Hungry Beech • ________ Murphy • Panther Knob • Pike Knob • Slaty Mountain • Upper Shavers Fork • Yankauer
Roaring Plains West WildernessHarpers Ferry National Historical ParkIce MountainMonongahela National Forest

Question 8: All insects, worms, ________, mice and other burrowing forms of life perished and the area became a desert.

Question 9: There is an extensive network of hiking ________.
HighwayTrailRoadUnited States

Question 10: The highest point in this immediate area is ________, at 4,770 feet (1,454 m), in Flatrock-Roaring Plains.
Dolly Sods WildernessAllegheny FrontMount Porte CrayonRoaring Plains West Wilderness

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