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How About a Winter Hike in Shenandoah National Park?

by Patressa Kearns Some people just don’t get winter hiking. What’s the point? they wonder. It’s cold and windy. The trees are bare, the ground hard, and there’s nothing much to see except boulders, ice, and frozen dirt. Songbirds aren’t warbling nor can you...

Skyline Drive Winter Wonders

Skyline Drive Winter Wonders

by Patressa Kerns A tour down Skyline Drive is one of the most popular trips in the Shenandoah Valley—for three seasons. But have you tried it in winter? A winter tour of Skyline Drive? Isn’t it full of snow and ice? Well, sometimes, yes. And Skyline Drive can be...

Dog Friendly Travel Tips at Shenandoah National Park

If you’re like many travelers, you don’t consider a vacation a vacation unless you can bring your dog along. Shenandoah is perfect for the dog lover, as it is one of the few national parks in the country that allows pets on its hiking trails. But in order for you and...

Plan Ahead for Fall Travel

Fall travel brings pleasant temperatures, beautiful foliage, and an array of harvest-themed events to the Shenandoah National Park region. Autumn is both a beautiful and a busy time in the Blue Ridge Mountains. The annual show of fall colors brings many sightseers,...

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