Alpine Hideaway

Address: 8400 North Lee Hwy, Steeles Tavern, Virginia, 24476, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 8400 North Lee Hwy, Steeles Tavern, is near Rockbridge Vineyard.
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    Travel Blogs from Steeles Tavern

    You Can Always Go Home

    A travel blog entry by mary.lewis on Jun 02, 2015

    6 comments, 4 photos

    This is it!! The last Day in East Beach for 3 weeks! I'm so excited to explore America and see what I've been missing. I'll blog along the way.

    Our first stop was Virginia Military Institute, in Lexington Va, where my brother went ...

    Bunch of Slackers

    A travel blog entry by jwatson on May 31, 2015

    14 photos

    ... us. I was ahead of Mooch and Sam and pushed on to a shelter 20 miles away, but they stopped by a lake a few miles back to swim and camp. I had been very tempted by the same spot they ended up at, but it had a no camping sign so I moved on. It ended up working out well for all of us that I did. I didn't realize until the next morning that Fozzie had been at the shelter too, only camping in his tent rather than sleeping in the shelter like I did. He passed me packing up as ...

    James River Face Wilderness Hike

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on May 02, 2015

    10 photos

    ... and heading out of the hollow to a ridgeline. About 2.5 miles into the hike, we came to a nice rock overlook with fantastic views of the Elk Creek Valley below. Although it was early in the hike, we decided to stop and eat lunch here before continuing our hike. In about another half-mile, we reached the junction with the Appalachian Trail and turned left to follow the AT. Again, the trail was mostly uphill, but gradual enough to not seem too bad. We followed the ...

    History and the Hills

    A travel blog entry by time-traveller on Apr 30, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... which has the largest street mall in US - eight blocks. Mind you, this is a country town, but was still a nice walk. From there we drove onto the Blue Ridge Parkway and travelled for about an hour through trees that were still quite wintry looking. Finally got into Staunton where we were booked into another charming B&B. The host recommended a good restaurant for dinner that night. 29th April- Stanton's big claim to fame is the birthplace of Woodrow Wilson so ...

    Virginia Escape

    A travel blog entry by traveled on Oct 14, 2013

    5 photos

    ... people next to us, and the rest of my group. I recommend you stay away if you have any sort of palette. We decided they must be able to stay open because the skiers don't care if the wine is bad after a long day on the slopes. After that we sipped some cider, sampled at one more microbrew, then tasted at the flying fox winery. The flying fox had the most decent wine of the day, so we bought a bottle to go with dinner. When ...