Places We Protect

Ice Mountain Preserve

West Virginia

View of a large rockslide area in the midst of a densely wooded forest.
Ice Mountain Preserve This 150-acre preserve gets its name from the refrigeration effect that takes place inside its talus — a sloping mass of boulders at the foot of a mountain. © Kent Mason

Ice Mountain Preserve protects a collection of boreal plants usually found much farther north.

Support Our Work at Ice Mountain Preserve

The Nature Conservancy has been working to combat threats to Ice Mountain Preserve through research and restoration efforts. You can play a role in supporting these important conservation efforts.