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All reviews speed limit the blue ridge parkway scenic overlooks rockfish gap pull over hiking trails numerous overlooks every turn fall colors big meadows black beans visitor centers day pass gas station entrance fee breathtaking views entire length
Out of all places along the Blue Ridge Mountains, Skyline Drive is our favorite place to drive, lodge and spend time. Skyline Drive has multiple pulloffs with overlooks offering views of distant mountains and valleys below. Fall obviously a prime time to visit with the...More
What a spectacular road trip! The entire trip is about 100 miles. The first half of the drive was quite rainy with poor visibility, but the next day was wonderful. Stayed in Big Meadow Lodge at the halfway mark. Lots of wildlife.
We live in Richmond and Shenandoah valley is our favourite destination of a day trip during fall. Spend some time in absolute silence with Nature and great views of the mountains. More review to be posted by thie month end when we get to stay...More
We are on a road trip out to Albuquerque and took Skyline Drive south from Front Royal, VA. Had planned on doing the entire 109 miles but cut off at the middle entrance. Weather wasn't all that great so the views were not as nice...More
This is a must trip. The beauty of the mountains is indescribable and at times surreal. Many overlooks and you are surrounded by nature. Take many pictures and soak in the natural beauty of these majestic mountain areas. Many places to hike and just get...More
We spent the day exploring the Skyline Drive, some visitor centers, some short hikes and some food stops. SO beautiful and so much fun. An easy drive from Gaithersburg and a welcome break from the summer heat in the D.C. area.
Lots of Overlooks, hiking...More
My wife and I decided to travel through Shenandoah National Park on our way back from a day visit at Natural Bridge at the end of August. We entered the park at the southern end of Skyline Drive near Interstate 64 at Rockfish Gap Entrance...More
A good pleasant drive, but NO WOW Factor, better drives elsewhere in the world - Chapmans CapeTown....
A nice Sunday afternoon drive maybe...(US$30) and at the other end (Southern) is the Blue Ridge Parkway - just as good if not better and for free.....sorry NO...More
It was very beautiful! Would love to see it in the fall. Please know that it cost to drive Skyline Drive. We were really surprised for that. Cost us $30.00 we entered in the middle of the mountains and headed south. Pull offs were great!
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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