The Virginia Creeper Trail is a 34-mile-long former railroad bed that has become a multi-purpose trail stretching from the mountains to the valleys. It owes its popularity to outstanding scenery, encompassing two geographic regions of Virginia. The Blue Ridge Mountains lie to the east, and the Ridge and Valley province of Virginia extends to the west. Because of this geographic variety, the Creeper Trail can be divided into distinctly different yet equally beautiful halves. Take two days to see both parts of the trail or ride the entire length from White Top to Abingdon in a single day-long excursion.
Bike rentals and shuttle service are available in the town of Damascus. This is one place where you can get a ride to the top of the hill and have a long easy ride down.
Last Updated: 12/14/2016