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Strolling Along the Virginia Creeper
The Virginia Creeper Trail is a wonderful place to walk, jog, or bike anytime of the year. But there is something special about autumn – the crisp air, the beautiful colors, and the crunch of leaves underfoot...The trail runs along the bed of an old railroad track that dates back to the 1880s. The trail extends thirty-four miles from Abingdon, through Watauga, Alvarado, Damascus, Straight Branch, Taylors Valley, Creek Junction, Green Cove and Whitetop. The elevation of the trail drops approximately 300 feet (90 m) from Abingdon to the South Holston River and then climbs nearly 2,000 feet (610 m) to Whitetop..
Virginia Creeper Trail
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Whitetop Laurel Creek