22 wineries and a whiskey distillery are tucked into the edges of Skyline Drive, one of the top scenic drives in the country.
Traversing the panoramic ridges of Shenandoah National Park, Skyline Drive puts you right on top of 200,000 acres of protected lands that are havens for a multitude of wildlife, cascading waterfalls and spectacular vistas of quaint communities that lie in the foothills of Shenandoah National Park.
Four entrance stations lead onto the road. When the 35 mile per hour speed limit and hair pin turns get to be too much, you can jump off of the drive for awhile to take in a winery or delectible restaurant just down the mountain.
The Skyline Wine Dine & Recline Trail map combines the location of hikes, waterfalls, scenic overlooks, picnic areas, restaurants and lodging in the park with the approximate location of vineyards, restaurants and Inns you'll find in the foothills below. Use the links you find in the website to plan your itinerary through the Skyline Wine Dine & Recline Trail.