Hiking/Climbing

Stone Mountain AdventuresNorton, Norton City County

We are the areas only out­door adven­ture des­ti­na­tion. Cur­rent­ly we are offer­ing guid­ed tours of local attrac­tions but some will expand into oth­er ven­tures.Tours and guid­ed adven­tures to:Guest Riv­er GorgeDevil’s Bath­tubLit­tle Stony FallsHigh KnobClinch Riv­erPow­ell Riv­erMoun­tain Bike RentalsKayak RentalsFloat Rentals
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Cedar Bluff Overlook Park/TrailCedar Bluff, Tazewell County

Cedar Bluff Over­look Park and Trail pro­vide a great oppor­tu­ni­ty to both observe and inter­act with a very unique envi­ron­ment.  The trail fol­lows a Vir­ginia Depart­ment of Trans­porta­tion con­struct­ed road cut where you encounter bench­es en-route to an obser­va­tion deck at the sum­mit. The Over­look Trail is 760 feet to Over­look Sum­mit.  Over­look ele­va­tion is […]
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Outdoor Adventure CentersCedar Bluff, Tazewell County

Whether it’s kayak­ing, play­ing, relax­ing, hik­ing, cav­ing, explor­ing, fish­ing, or just mak­ing mem­o­ries, let us help you with your next adven­ture. The OAC was formed to con­nect Adven­tur­ers to every pos­si­ble out­door expe­ri­ence avail­able by pro­mot­ing site-spe­cif­ic Ven­dors, Lodg­ing and Loca­tions. This is some of the ser­vices that we offer: Fish or Play- Kayak Rental – […]
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Rt. 611 Cumberland Mountain Scenic DriveClintwood, Dickenson County

Rt. 611 Cum­ber­land Moun­tain Scenic Dri­ve was des­ig­nat­ed in 2009 as a Vir­ginia Scenic Byway State Rt. 611. Begin­ning in Clint­wood, and wind­ing through the Moun­tains, you will find sev­er­al tourism attrac­tions spurring off the route. Birch Knob Tow­er locat­ed in the Jef­fer­son Nation­al For­est, Air­plane Rock over­look, John Flan­na­gan Dam and Reser­voir, Bran­ham Farm, […]
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Birch Knob TowerClintwood, Dickenson County

Loca­tion: Dick­en­son Coun­ty, Vir­ginia. An ele­va­tion of 3,144 feet above sea lev­el, you’ll find the 100-yard walk from the park­ing lot and the 183 stair steps to reach the top to be well worth the trek. Just bring along some bot­tled water and don’t for­get your cam­era. Sit­ting on a rock out­crop at the high­est sum­mit […]
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Big Stone Gap LoopBig Stone Gap, Wise County

Big Stone Gap isn’t just the name of a movie, it’s also a town with a num­ber of inter­est­ing sites to explore. Take a short trip around Fra­ley Park or a more stren­u­ous trek on Roar­ing Fork and enjoy the stun­ning rhodo­den­dron thick­ets, cas­cad­ing waters, and moss-cov­ered rocks. 200-year old east­ern hem­lock, yel­low poplar, yel­low […]
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Graham Recreation ParkBluefield, Tazewell County

Owned by the Town of Blue­field, VA, this 57 acre park has room for lots of activ­i­ty. The land ranges from gen­tly slop­ing to high­er hills.   It has an amp­ithe­atre, 1 small and 3 large nice cov­ered shel­ters avail­able for rental for birth­day par­ties, baby, bridal, or house­hold show­ers, fam­i­ly reunions, or oth­er approved […]
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Lonesome Pine LoopBreaks, Dickenson County

The Lone­some Pine Loop is a great choice for any­one want­i­ng to vis­it the areas men­tioned in John Fox Jr.’s 1908 nov­el, ​“Trail of the Lone­some Pine”. Many of the sites on this loop are locat­ed direct­ly on the Pound Riv­er or one of its con­nect­ing water­ways, where you can watch the siz­able beaver pop­u­la­tion […]
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Bullitt ParkBig Stone Gap, Wise County

Locat­ed in Big Stone Gap in South­west Vir­ginia. Bul­litt Park is the largest of nine com­mu­ni­ty parks oper­at­ed by the Big Stone Gap Depart­ment of Parks and Recre­ation. The park includes a foot­ball field, ten­nis courts, fit­ness and bik­ing trails, large play­ground, pic­nic areas, pavil­ions and a track. Serv­ing as a park since 1935, it […]
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