Are you ready to be a #Trailsetter

first_img When we say we have trails for everyone inVirginia’s Blue Ridge, it includes those who want to check out our local food& drink scene! Virginia’s Blue RidgeCheers Trail is a collection of nearly 30 breweries, wineries, and craftspirits producers located in our region. Each one features their own uniqueflavors and atmosphere that serve as great spots for a post-adventure drink. You’ll love taking advantage of the newovernight lodging options at Roanoke County’s Explore Park. Located just off the Blue Ridge Parkway at Milepost 115, the park offers primitivecamping sites, RV sites, yurts, bell & canvas tents, canvas and pod cabins.Surrounded by trails and with easy access to the Roanoke River, this is theperfect spot for the outdoor enthusiast. Stay Go Outside & Play A #Trailsetter can make Virginia’s Blue Ridgetheir personal outdoor playground with all the amazing options for hiking,biking and paddling. Lace up your hiking boots and conquer the Virginia Triple Crown. The three hikesalong the Appalachian Trail that make up the Triple Crown – Dragon’s Tooth, McAfee Knob, and TinkerCliffs – feature some of the most beautiful views in Virginia. If you’dprefer to explore the region on two wheels, check out the awesome mountainbiking at Carvins Cove and Mill Mountain Park, one of the besturban trail systems in the nation! For paddling, the Upper James River Water Trail, RoanokeRiver Blueway, and Pigg RiverBlueway are beautiful waterways for a relaxing float or paddle. Twin River Outfitters and Roanoke Mountain Adventures are localoutfitters with rentals, guide & shuttle services to help you plan youradventure. Are you ready to be a #Trailsetter and planyour next metro mountain adventure in Virginia’s Blue Ridge? With over 1,000miles of trails, Virginia’s Blue Ridge is the ultimate destination for outdoorrecreation. We’re the only IMBA Silver-Level Ride Center on the East Coast,which makes us America’s East CoastMountain Biking Capital, and there’s also incredible hiking on theAppalachian Trail and fun paddling on the Upper James River Water Trail. Chooseyour own path. Be a #Trailsetter.center_img Photo courtesy of Matt Ross & Franklin County Parks & Recreation Virginia’s Blue Ridge Cheers Trail last_img

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