Remember your Skyline Drive experience with this wooden handcrafted scene highlighting unique features along the Drive.
Skyline Drive in the Shenandoah National Park, Northern Virginia is one of the most scenic drives along the ridge of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
From Front Royal, at the northern point, to Rockfish Gap in the south, the 105-mile Skyline Drive runs through the National Park Service’s Shenandoah National Park.
This scenic two-lane road offers breathtaking views of the Piedmont to the east and the Shenandoah Valley to the west. Campgrounds, visitor centers and resorts provide plenty of places to enjoy the Drive along the way.
Biking, horseback riding, and of course, driving your own vehicle are the modes of transportation. The Appalachian Trail also follows the mountain ridge along with Skyline Drive. And the southern point of the Drive continues on as the Blue Ridge Parkway through southern Virginia. www.visitskylinedrive.org
We handcraft this shelf sitter in the USA from 3/4" thick wood with beautiful details on the front and a description of the Drive on the back.