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The Chesapeake Bay’s marshy shores and sandy beaches are beautiful spots. But sometimes, you just crave a trip to the mountains. Luckily, the farthest reaches of the Chesapeake region offer plenty of mountain escapes for you to explore.
Mountain vistas await you at places like Shenandoah National Park, Cunningham Falls State Park, and Spruce Knob - Seneca Rocks, where you can embark on a fantastic adventure filled with hiking, fishing, swimming, and camping. Whether you want to cool down during summer or cozy up in winter, you can enjoy the best of the outdoors all year long in the mountains.
At these stunning parks, forests, and trails, you’ll get to enjoy a few water views, too. From lazy rivers meandering between mountain ranges to cold streams splashing over rocks, the waterways that wind through these mountains are on a journey downstream to feed the Chesapeake Bay.
The mountains are calling. Are you ready to explore them? Head for the hills at one of the top places for escaping to the mountains.