Once home to Addie Pollack, the Massanutten Lodge sits nestled between autumn brushed trees and evergreens.
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Set back against majestic trees and green lawns, the Dickey Ridge Visitor Center welcomes all who traverse Skyline Drive.
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Participants in a field seminar can look in the distance to see the Appalachian Mountain chain.
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While beautiful at all times of the year, June finds a portion of the Limberlost Trail near the Skyline Parkway surrounded by mountain laurel.
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From Byrd Visitor Center on the Skyline Drive is a stunning view of Big Meadows, where wildflowers can be seen from spring to fall.
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A hiker stops for a rest and to enjoy the view of Skyline Drive and the Shenandoah Valley from Stony Man.
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This black and white photo depicts one of the early Lewis Mountain cabins.
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Hidden in the trees is the original Brown House, which was frequented by President Hoover and wife during the summer months.
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During the fall, the reds, yellows, oranges, and browns mix with conifers to provide incredible memories.
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Looking west from Hazeltop Overlook near the end of Skyline Drive, the sun drifts through the clouds to silhouette several ridges in the distance.
© October 2006 Bob Ward.
Dusk paints the Big Meadow area in soft browns and golds.
A gnarled tree rises from Massanutten Mountain in this view of the Shenandoah Valley.
A group of fall touched trees is set apart from the rich autumn golds of the nearby forest.
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