Red Roof Inn & Suites Wytheville
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... laying in a hammock with a beer and a smoke yelling "PIVOT!!!" But not this trip! Adam traversed his way up to the top of a few steep boulders and even down climbed a squirly little section. Of course afterwards he vowel to once again never climb, but it was still a proud moment.
Grayson Highlands was a great time. Even though the weather conditions were not the best, the experience was still worth it and we plan to make a return trip soon!
... also very curvy and not recommended for any vehicle over 35ft long. As we were driving this road a sheriff stopped us and told us to pull over as 2 Semi's with trailers need all of the road to take the curves. That was the first time I had run into something like that.
Burkes Garden is a village down in this very large valley. The Amish used to own a lot of the land but have since given up the farms and moved on, but there ...
... and sports cars meet and drive the 15 mile stretch. So you motorcycle riders put Hwy 16 in Marion on your bucket list!
Our first day we took a ride over to Grayson Highlands State Park where they have wild ponies. You have to take a hike of about .8 of mile up to see them. We got lucky and got see about 10 out of the 150 or so ponies. They didn't bother us and we didn't bother them:) They are cute and to thin ...
... west viginia through picturesque farmland and we stopped off at a surprise - a local had made an exact replica of Stonehenge made out of polystyrene foam - foamhenge. One of the perks of doing a trek is the little locally known things that I wouldn't have known about if I was treking alone :) We then arrived at our next campsite - adventures at the gorge. Here we went whitewater rafting! 2 hours of watery fun! One point our instructor told us we could jump out and swim ...
... ramble in the countryside followed by a HUGE climb up a mountainside. We all made it and had a nice second breakfast stop in Meadowview. Ahhh... What a pleasant repast that was. The remainder of the day's 50 + miles were less exciting but nice...being able to view the historical markers that related the local history of the American ...