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a beautiful drive though the park...... stopped at several rest areas for photos but the best was at the waterfall where we watched a mum bear and 2 cubs for around 20 mins play and search for food, just magical
This is a must ride for motorcylist. Will take about 3 hrs to do the route but with it. Speed limit is 35mph, we rode early in the morning 8am, temperature was perfect, road was smooth as glass. Trust me you will enjoy.
We drove through Skyline Drive and stopped at multiple viewing spots, going south. We began at Front Royal Visitor Center, great starting point, and stopped at the Dickey Ridge Visitor Center as well. The rangers at Dickey Ridge were so very knowledgeable. The views are...More
I recently did the Skyline Drive for the first time. There are various routes to the park, however I did it with Front Royal being the final destination. It wasn't too busy and there were lots of stops to take in the amazing views. Visitors...More
"I can't believe I drove the whole thing!" We wanted to get off of the Interstate and take in some scenery, so off we went. $30 for the car load seemed a little high. We stopped at most of the pull-offs and took pictures, climbed...More
Skyline Drive is a 105-mile road that runs the length of Shenandoah National Park in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. The northern terminus is near Front Royal and the southern terminus is near I-64 in Rockfish Gap. There are 75 overlooks with breathtaking views...More
We decided to drive through the park on SkylineDrive on our way north. That was a mistake. We didn’t have time to hike but stopped at many of the overlooks. The view was very similar from many of the overlooks while there were also many...More
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jpcarrol - if you take Rt. 211 West from Sperryville to Luray you will drive under where Skyline Drive crosses. If you drive from Luray to Harrisonburg you can either continue West on Rt. 211 until I-81 and head South. You... More
jpcarrol - if you take Rt. 211 West from Sperryville to Luray you will drive under where Skyline Drive crosses. If you drive from Luray to Harrisonburg you can either continue West on Rt. 211 until I-81 and head South. You can also take Rt. 340 South from Luray until you reach Rt. 33 and go West. Harrisonburg will be approximately 15 miles from that point. You COULD do Luray Cavern & Copper Fox Distillery in one day, but you COULDN'T waste anytime doing it. Godspeed