Getting its name from the steam locomotives that would slowly struggle up the mountain passes, this 34.3-mile former railway attracts over 100,000 visitors each year since it opened in 1987. The trail is open to hikers, bicyclists and horses but bikes dominate the pathway. Riders range from cycling pros and enthusiasts to grandparents taking their younger family members out for a ride.
Virginia’s Roanoke Valley boasts an ideal setting–between the Blue Ridge and Allegheny mountains, yet easily accessible via interstate and the Roanoke Regional Airport. Location played a major role in the […]
They ain’t whistling Dixie so much anymore. Long revered as the heart of the Old Confederacy, Richmond stubbornly has earned its reputation as being mired in the past. No more. […]
George Washington may be the father of our country, but surely Thomas Jefferson was the smartest guy in the room. Travel to Charlottesville, Virginia and you will see why. Tucked […]
Hampton, Virginia– On December 1, cruise into the holiday spirit at the 24th annual Downtown Hampton Lighted Boat Parade. More than 20 boats are expected to participate in this free […]