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The Blue Ridge Mountains
From Gettysburg, Pennsylvania to the gateway of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, the ridges and valleys wind its way along the Blue Ridge Mountains, the front range of the Appalachian Mountain Chain of the Eastern United States.
America's favorite scenic drive, the Blue Ridge Parkway takes a winding path for 469 miles along the Blue Ridge Mountains from the Shenandoah National Park in Virginia, through North Carolina, to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in North Carolina & Tennessee.
Virginia's own scenic route, Skyline Drive makes its way for 105 miles along the Blue Ridge Mountains from Front Royal, through the Shenandoah National Park, to the beginning of the Blue Ridge Parkway at Rockfish Gap.
West of the Blue Ridge Mountains from Harpers Ferry, West Virginia south to Roanoke, Virginia lies the Shenandoah Valley, a region rich with scenic beauty, a wealth of natural wonders, a rich history and an abundance of recreational activities.
Crossing the Blue Ridge Mountains in southwest Virginia is The Crooked Road, also known as "Virginia's Heritage Music Trail" connecting the Piedmont with the Cumberland Mountains along its 253 mile route. The Crooked Road partially follows along U.S. Highway 58 from east to west through the "birthplace" of traditional mountain music in southwest Virginia. It is along this route, where it crosses Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains at their highest peaks, the term "The Crooked Road" originated.