Fall Colors on Shenandoah National Park

Fall Colors on Shenandoah National Park Shenandoah National Park:  Just 75 miles outside of Washington DC is a peaceful and quiet national park. It has huge mountains, majestic forests, and breathtaking views. It looks like a small slice of wild paradise, filled with wildflowers in the spring, incredible foliage in the fall, and opportunities for bird and wildlife watching. Much of Shenandoah consisted of farmland and growth forests used for logging. Today, it is not possible to know where there …

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Blue Ridge Parkway and Skyline Dr

Blue Ridge Parkway: Traversing the Appalachians We travel one of the most beautiful roads in the United States. A road to enjoy with tranquility while admiring the landscapes that it offers us. We are going to travel the Blue Ridge Parkway, but starting with another parkway. It is the Skyline Dr. After to finish touring Skyline Dr, we join the Blue Ridge Parkway until we reach the Smoky Mountains National Park  Discovering Skyline Drive It is highly recommended to visit …

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Great Smoky Mountains, The Most Visited National Park

Great Smoky Mountains: The most popular National Park in the US Water and the exudation of trees create that kind of fog that gives its name to the most popular mountains in the United States. The Smoky Mountains National Park is the most visited in the country, with eleven million tourists. The large forest located between North Carolina and Tennesse was once an ancient hunting place for Native Cherokee Indians. Today is a home of over a thousand Black Bear The …

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