New Market and Luray, VA

New Market, Virginia

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As the Shenandoah Valley rolls through western Virginia, it bumps up against Massanutten Mountain. In the shadows of this imposing, needle-shaped ridgeline sit Shenandoah and Page counties, with histories stretching back to before the Revolutionary War. Here, more than any other part of the valley, visitors may sense the life of farmers, artisans and townsfolk who work and live off the land. Shenandoah County, anchored at its southern end by New Market, covers the western slope of Massanutten and is known for battlefields, small town museums and century-old buildings, as well as for producing high quality folk art and pottery, fine furniture and wines.
The Virginia Handbook

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The Virginia Handbook

by Blair Howard, Mary Burnham, & W. Burnham Jr. (Hunter Publishing)

As the Shenandoah Valley rolls through western Virginia, it bumps up against Massanutten Mountain. In the shadows of this imposing, needle-shaped ridgeline sit Shenandoah and Page counties, with histories stretching back to before the Revolutionary War.

Here, more than any other part of the valley, visitors may sense the life of farmers, artisans and townsfolk who work and live off the land. Shenandoah County, anchored at its southern end by New Market, covers the western slope of Massanutten and is known for battlefields, small town museums and century-old buildings, as well as for producing high quality folk art and pottery, fine furniture and wines.

©  Blair Howard, Mary Burnham, & W. Burnham Jr./Hunter Publishing. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: New Market
Season: Year-round
Local Contacts: Contact information for all sights, accommodations, and dining are provided in the eTrail
Driving Directions: Directions to New Market & Luray, VA

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