Scenic Drives/Places

Tank Hollow Falls of ClevelandCleveland, Russell County

Tank Hollow Falls is a 0.5 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Cleveland, Virginia that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round. At Cleveland Baptist church, make a sharp turn downhill onto gravel road to reach falls. 
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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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Devil’s Bathtub & Waterfall, TheFt. Blackmore, Scott County

Devil’s Fork Loop Trail is perfect for the true back country enthusiasts who are willing to get their feet wet. All hikers should be prepared to scramble over boulders, and should plan their visit during relatively low water conditions. The highlight of the trail is the spectacular Devil’s Bathtub, a naturally smooth swimming hole. After […]
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Cumberland Gap National Historical ParkEwing, Lee County

The first great gateway to the west, Cumberland Gap is a mountain pass that was used by wildlife, Native Indian tribes, and later by settlers moving west. Daniel Boone was hired to blaze a trail beginning in Southwest Virginia through Cumberland Gap known as the Wilderness Road. It became the route westward for pioneers who […]
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