The temperature in the Shenandoah Valley will soon be dropping…
…and the days are getting shorter. That’s a sign that something magical is about to happen.
The leaves on the trees will soon change colors and the once green mountainsides will burst with brilliant red, orange, and golden hues. You can see and enjoy this stunning display of nature’s glory in so many ways.
From higher elevations, driving along the famous Skyline Drive is always the most popular. But don’t forget to explore the many miles of scenic drives that meander through the Blue Ridge Mountain shadows along the foothills of Shenandoah National Park. Breathtaking vistas of rolling farm fields and the many other fall discoveries await in the quaint towns of the Shenandoah Valley.
Don’t miss out on autumn in the Blue Ridge Mountains this year. Monitor foliage progress at www.nps.gov/shen or by phoning (540) 999-3500 (option 6), and plan your trip.