Subjects :A national park that runs along the hundred miles of Skyline Drive, a scenic road with more than seventy belvedere and countless hiking trails on foot by thirty minutes until noon ore.Ottime opportunities for landscape photos and fauna. The lookout is open valleys and wooded hills of Virginia while the paths are opened, or cascades of small and medium size. The park is home to a large population of American black bear (Ursus americanus). Very thick the presence of deer, birds of prey, snakes, moths, rabbits, skunks, opossums, and raccoons. Very rare bobcat (Lynx) and gray fox.
Recommended equipment :Wide, tripods and filters for landscapes, paintings and bean bag for animals. Many are visible on the roadside, especially in the evening and early hours of the night.
Best months :Autumn offers unique landscapes, dominated by variations of red, yellow and orange. For most of the wildlife, summer and 'probably the most' indicated.
How to get there :Flying over Washington, rent a car and drive along the highway 65 towards Front Royal. It 's very close, about an hour and a half drive. Take the Skyline Rd entering the park.
Visits :The entrance from March to November costs $ 15.00 (2012). The park and 'always open and in the evening the bars are left raised. For the living room there are two campsites and Resort. Reservations are recommended.