Virginia trails

Washington and Old Dominion Trail - The Washington and Old Dominion (W&OD) Trail follows a rail line that was abandoned in in 1968. The Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority purchase of right-if-way purchases in 1982. A 45 miles 9′ wide paved asphalt bike path and 32 miles of crushed stone and dirt running/equestrian paths make up the 100 ft. linear park … Continue reading Washington and Old Dominion Trail
Virginia Creeper Trail - The Virginia Creeper Trail is a stone dust path that runs 35 miles from Abingdon Virginia to the North Carolina state line near Whitetop Virginia, following the course of the former Abingdon Coal and Iron Railroad. It was named after the steam engine that once climbed the rails into the Iron Mountains. The U.S. Forest … Continue reading Virginia Creeper Trail
Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail - The Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail is a network of locally-managed trails between the mouth of the Potomac River and the Allegheny Highlands. Through five geographic regions, the varied Trail segments are a means to explore the origins and continuing evolution of the Nation. To date,830 miles of existing and planned trails have been recognized … Continue reading Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail