<p><br> Skyline Drive, which runs for 105 miles (169 kilometers) along the crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains, is flanked by a rumpled panorama of forests and mountains. To many who travel the drive, the highway itself is a park, complete with numerous deer sightings along the way.</p>

Skyline Drive


Skyline Drive, which runs for 105 miles (169 kilometers) along the crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains, is flanked by a rumpled panorama of forests and mountains. To many who travel the drive, the highway itself is a park, complete with numerous deer sightings along the way.

Photograph by Scott Sroka

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