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076 - The Blue Ridge Parkway, Virginia / North Carolina (PDF)
Photograph America Newsletter on the Blue Ridge Parkway, Virginia / North Carolina
 
The Blue Ridge Parkway twists and turns down the crest of the southern Appalachian range and links Shenandoah and the Great Smoky Mountains National Parks. It's four-hundred-and-sixty-nine miles from the north end to the southern end of the Blue Ridge Parkway. Spring wildflowers and autumn foliage are the best reasons for a photo exploration down the length of the Parkway. With the help of this newsletter, you'll be able to plan this trip well in advance. It's a long, slow drive down this winding, two-lane mountain road with only a few strategically-located services available. This mile-by-mile account of where to find the best photo locations will make your photo explorations much more successful.
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Updated - March 2013
The Blue Ridge Parkway twists and turns down the crest of the southern Appalachian range and links Shenandoah and the Great Smoky Mountains National Parks. Spring wildflowers and autumn foliage are the best reasons for a photo exploration down the length of the Blue Ridge Parkway.
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Locations
  • AAppalachian Range
  • The Apple Orchard
  • Boone Creek
  • Dancing Creek
  • Grandfather Mountain
  • Great Smoky Mountains National Park
  • Gully Creek
  • Humpback Rocks Visitor Center
  • James River
  • Linville River
  • Lower Otter Creek
  • Mountain Farm Museum
  • Oconaluftee River Bridge
  • Old Irish Creek Railway
  • Pisgah National Forest
  • Rocky Knob Visitor Center
  • Shenandoah National Park
  • Sunset Field Overlook