Lost River and Cacapon River: Clear Streams & Gentle Mountains Professional Review and Guide
"A 55-mile drive that meanders along the headwaters of two crystal-clear streams through gentle mountains adjacent to the George Washington National Forest. Compared to the rugged ridges and crags of Seneca Rocks, Spruce Peak, and Dolly Sods, the northeastern section of the Potomac Highlands is a land of gentle mountains and placid streams.
Farms and villages, forests and small towns, and brooks and hills create a variety of tranquil scenery that is a delight to the eye and a balm to the mind. Special Attractions: Lost River State Park, Capon Springs Resort, scenic river valleys, and rolling farmlands. This eTrail is a complete description of a scenic drive with a route map and information on the best travel seasons, interesting sites, recreation opportunities, camping locations, and much more."