The last section road trip on the Blue Ridge Parkway has a few hidden waterfalls, the highest point on the Parkway, and lots of hiking.
The most active section of the Blue Ridge Parkway includes the iconic Linn Cove Viaduct, Linville Falls, Mt. Mitchell, and Craggy Gardens.
Visit a few rustic, historic cabins, enjoy some breathtaking overlooks, and do a little bit of hiking on this Blue Ridge Parkway road trip.
Visit Mabry Mill, take a detour into Floyd, and enjoy some local wineries on this road trip on the Blue Ridge Parkway.
The Peaks of Otter, James River, and Apple Orchard Mountain are just a few of the destinations on this road trip on the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Begin this road trip on the Blue Ridge Parkway at Humpback Rocks, enjoy the view from Ravens Roost, and do a little bit hiking along the way.
Everything you need to know to road trip along the Blue Ridge Parkway across North Carolina and Virginia.
Map, mileposts, and information about the visitor centers on the Blue Ridge Parkway across Virginia and North Carolina.
After spending years driving the entire Blue Ridge Parkway I have created a large collection of travel photography.
The 469-mile Blue Ridge Parkway features dozens of scenic overlooks and hiking trails, but if you had a limited time where should you go? This list might help you figure that out.
Craggy Gardens is one of the most stunning places to visit on the Blue Ridge Parkway, and there are three ways to explore it. How many of these have you tried?
Along the 469-mile Blue Ridge Parkway are hundreds of scenic overlooks, hiking trails, and hidden destinations. But which of these have the best view for stunning sunsets?