Caverns and waterfalls in Shenandoah National Park — What We Did Last Weekend

Luray Caverns

It’s a crowded place to visit, specially during the weekend, but a walk through these caverns is totally worth it. Caverns always impress us, it’s like being in a different world. A natural amusement park. The endless-universal landscape that the thin pillars of rock formed as reflect on the water and impressed us. Red, brown and white mixed with a dark background. After the 1 hour visit, we took our time at the shop admiring rock slabs all over the world, even blue or pink ones from Brazil!.

After the visit we drove 1 hour to find the Berry Hollow fire road parking lot. We hiked upward 10 minutes through the woods and camped close to a creek – we tend to camp whenever we feel like, usually close to water. We had been camping in this place before and to find the same spot during night was tricky but we got it. It had rained, all the woods were wet and we couldn’t make any fire. We gave up lighted up our stove. Awesome pasta with sausages is the last memory we have from this day. 

Caverns and waterfalls in Shenandoah National Park — What We Did Last Weekend
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