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Virginia Walking Clubs

Considerable effort has been made to ensure that the information for Virginia walking clubs is up-to-date, accurate and complete. To correct errors or add new or omitted walking clubs to the Virginia walking clubs directory, please submit the additions or corrections via the contact form.




Atlantic Region AVA

3 Delmont Ct
Hampton, VA 23666
Sam Tollett
ava.org/clubs/reg_atlantic/
runsbears@yahoo.com




U.S. FreedomWalk Festival Club

PO Box 17208
Arlington, VA 22216
Dolores Grenier
(703) 209-0174
usfreedomwalk.org
usfwf@yahoo.com




Northern Virginia Volksmarchers

PO Box 7096
Fairfax Station, VA 22039
Robert McLean
(703) 455-1878
pollow.com/nvvc/
rmcmamc@aol.com




Ft. Belvoir Outdoor Rec/DFMWR Special Events

5820 21st St Ste 211
Fort Belvoir, VA 22060
Kristin B. Mayer
(703) 805-1488
belvoirmwr.com
kristin.mayer@us.army.mil




Germanna Volkssport Association

PO Box 7674
Fredericksburg, VA 22404
Gary Cleland
(540) 842-8094
walkvirginia.com/clubs/germanna_volkssport_association/




Virginia Vagabonds

3 Delmont Ct
Hampton, VA 23666
L. Sam Tollett
(757) 766-3065
runsbears@yahoo.com




Peninsula Pathfinders of Virginia

PO Box 7100
Hampton, VA 23666
Ron Berard
(757) 890-9220
peninsulapathfinder.org
Peninsula_Pathfinders_Prez@cox.net




Virginia Volkssport Assn

3 Delmont Ct
Hampton, VA 23666
Annette Tollett
(757) 766-3065
walkvirginia.com
ahtollett@yahoo.com




Loudoun Walking & Volkssport Club

43224 Cardston Pl
Leesburg,VA 20176
Bob Wright
(703) 737-2175
rwright2@jhu.edu




The Bad Pennies

PO Box 2393
Merrifield, VA 22116
Matthew Pernick
(703) 620-5892
thebadpennies.org
matt@thebadpennies.org




Lee Lepus Volksverband

PO Box 2031
Petersburg, VA 23803
Dee Schrum
(804) 768-0055
dschrum4@comcast.net




Gator Volksmarsch Club

PO Box 62262
Virginia Beach, VA 23466
Kenneth L. Eberhart
(757) 490-9324
ava.org/clubs/gators
536_KLE@netscape.com




Wood and Dale Wanderers

PO Box 2422
Woodbridge, VA 22193
William Pile
(703) 590-5317
wood_and_dale_wanderers@earthlink.net




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The Trails of Virginia

In this comprehensive guide to the trails of Virginia, Allen de Hart gives directions to and descriptions of more than 1,400 trails, noting nearby points of interest, botanical and zoological features, and characteristics of the region's terrain. From the mountains to the coast, he covers all national, state, county, and city recreational areas with hiking or interpretive trails accessible to the public. Maps and photographs supplement the descriptions. This edition has been completely revised and updated to reflect the addition of hundreds of miles to the state's trail systems, with commentary on which trails are best suited for foot traffic, bicycles, and horses, and which trails are handicapped-accessible. The book also includes information on how to prepare for hikes, more comprehensive introductions to parks and scenic areas, and sections on Native American and pioneer trails.

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50 Hikes in Northern Virginia: Walks, Hikes, and Backpacks
From the Allegheny Mountains to Chesapeake Bay

This completely updated edition does much more than guide day hikers and adventurous backpackers into some of the most stunning countryside north of Route 60. It offers an in-depth exploration of the human and natural history that contributes to the compelling story of the region. You'll learn what events in human history occurred nearby and you'll understand how the landscape helped shape those events. From the rugged summits of the Allegheny Mountains to the gentle shores of Chesapeake Bay, this book explores more than 360 miles of pathways with up-to-date information on trail closures, route changes, and new territory, and offers a rich selection of hikes for every degree of physical stamina and time constraint. Features 51 black and white photographs, 51 maps, index.

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Hiking Virginia: A Guide to Virginia's Greatest Hiking Adventures

Wherever the destination, Hiking Virginia is indispensable for exploring the Commonwealth. Authors Bill and Mary Burnham breath fresh air into popular Virginia destinations, and explore commonly overlooked yet equally dramatic hikes. Explore the history of a young American nation; watch stories of lost cultures come alive; and imagine the ghosts of Indian raiders, moonshiners, and outlaws haunting the backcountry routes of the past. Packed with notes on plants, trees, and geology, plus a list of local attractions and "good eats and sleeps" for the weary hiker, this book covers the Commonwealth's outdoors from the sea shores to the mountain slopes, past and present. Also included is a special section detailing the Appalachian Trail through Virginia, taking thru-hikers along the six-week route from Damascus, Virginia to Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. Inside readers will find: detailed maps, accurate route profiles showing the ups and downs of each hike, tips on equipment, trip planning, hiking with dogs and children, accurate directions, difficulty ratings, trail contacts, and more.

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Hiking Shenandoah National Park

Rich in human history and wildlife, Shenandoah National Park is truly one of the jewels of the East. Located in northern Virginia, Shenandoah is an easy drive from the Washington, D.C., metro area. Park trails lead to sweeping views, rushing waterfalls, and historic points. With over 196,000 acres (79,000 of them designated wilderness), Shenandoah offers a wide variety of hikes for all abilities. Recently updated, Hiking Shenandoah National Park provides detailed descriptions and maps of 59 of the best hikes in the park. From easy day hikes to strenuous backpacking trips, this guide will provide you with all the latest information you will need to plan virtually any type of hiking adventure in the park. It is divided into sections according to the park's three districts. Each hike description includes the distance, level of difficulty, elevation information, a trail map, and a detailed narrative of the hike. This guide also includes overview maps and comprehensive information on backcountry safety, minimum impact techniques, and the park's human and natural history. * Hikes suited to every ability. * Mile-by-mile directional cues. * Difficulty ratings, trail contacts, fees/permits, and best hiking seasons. * An index of hikes by category - from Easy Day Hikes to Hikes to See Waterfalls. * Invaluable trip-planning information, including local lodging and campgrounds.

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75 Hikes in Virginia's Shenandoah National Park

Shenandoah National Park lies along the crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains of northeast Virginia, encompassing 196,000 acres, including 80,000 acres of federally designated wilderness. The trails in this thorough guide will take hikers along the peaks of the Blue Ridge, past waterfalls, and down into lush canyons. In addition to the detailed information about each trail, you'll find information about park history, plants and animals, geology, and human history, plus some highlights of the 105-mile Skyline Drive. * New maps and photos! * 75 trails and 70 scenic overlooks along the crest of the Blue Ridge Parkway.

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Walking sticks are helpful for maintaining balance, maneuvering,
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