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Town Where Trails Cross
Damascus, Va is certainly the "Town Where Trails Cross." With more than 7 national, regional, and local trails converging in front of our store, Damascus is a trail lovers paradise.
The Appalachian Trail
One of the few towns that the A.T. traverses through in its 2,400 'ish miles between Georgia and Maine. Damascus is home to the annual Appalachian Trail Days Festival that brings thousands and thousands of trail hikers to town every year.
This 4,200+ mile bicycle route crosses the United States between Yorktown, VA and Astoria, OR
Virginia Creeper Trail
The Virginia Creeper Trail is possibly the easiest, prettiest mountain bike ride you will ever encounter. The Va Creeper Trail, which is actually the "retired" railway corridor of the Virginia - Carolina Railroad, has become one of the most popular bicycling trail destinations in the eastern United States.
Iron Mountain Trail
Single-track mountain biking has renewed interest in this retired section of the Appalachian Trail.
TransVirginia Bike Route
"Ride from DC to Damascus, VA in 550 miles of mostly (60%) unpaved country and forest roads, double track and rail trails (18%). Traverse Virginia’s best backcountry riding on this new gravel bikepacking and touring route focused on rideable, non-technical, unpaved terrain intended for multi-day trips carrying overnight gear." * transvirginia.org
Mid-Atlantic Backcountry Discovery Route
"MABDR is a scenic ride for dual-sport and adventure motorcycles that uses dirt, gravel and paved roads to wind through remote parts of Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania. Starting in Damascus Virginia, and ending in Lawrenceville, Tioga County, PA, this 1,080-mile route, primarily uses forest roads and rural country lanes, to lead riders through the Appalachian mountains, majestic forests, bucolic farming landscapes, Amish country, and locations that played pivotal roles in early American history. " *ridebdr.com
Crooked Road Musical Heritage Trail
"A place of beauty – a place of song. This is The Crooked Road. Experience first-hand how music is woven into the rich tapestry of tradition in Southwest Virginia. The variety is amazing - old-time string bands, a cappella gospel, blues, 300 year old ballads, bluegrass, and more. Hop in the car with Lou Reid and Carolina right now as they cruise along The Crooked Road." *myswva.org