Blue Ridge Parkway's Best Photo Spots

13 Fotospots

The Blue Ridge Parkway, a scenic roadway stretching 469 miles through the Appalachian Mountains, was conceived as a Depression-era public works project to provide employment and stimulate economic development. Construction began in 1935 and took over 50 years to complete, with the final section finished in 1987. Today, it remains a beloved destination for nature enthusiasts, offering breathtaking vistas, diverse wildlife, and access to numerous recreational activities.

Craggy Pinnacle

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Fryingpan Mountain Lookout Tower

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Overlook at Fox Hunters

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Mile High Swinging Bridge

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Looking Glass Rock Overlook

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Devil's Courthouse Overlook

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Soco Falls

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Puckett Cabin

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Mabry Mill

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Peaks of Otter Lake

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Humpback Rocks

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Ravens Roost Overlook

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Linn Cove Viaduct

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