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Linn Cove Viaduct, North Carolina

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  • Beautiful roadway surrounded by mountains. Loved it! Lots of hiking paths off the side of the road to stop and see.  more »
  • When you see this, you wonder how this was built; it's incredible that this is here at all. This massive bridge and roadway was completed in 1987. What I have read about is that a regular cut-and-fill...  more »
  • Had this section of the parkway been built first before the days of environmental impact statements it probably would have been a conventional roadway and the boulder field would have been destroyed. ...  more »
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  • Autumns Blue Ridge RT took us through Linn Cove Viaduct bridges. We approached South at mid afternoon, I was hoping for a parking pull out to view the curvy bridges; the few pull outs were full. Colors spectacular. In order to get a good photo and get a parking spot you have to double back and retry to park. This is the BR parkway and the speed limit is about 30 mph.
  • Great spot along the Blue Ridge Parkway. There are a few locations where you can get nice pictures of the curve. One is more east on the parkway, another one requires a little bit of hiking on a trail. You can park at te visitor center and start from there. Fall is a great season to visit to get the foliage. You can check the national park service website to check the colors of the leaves to determine the best time to visit.
  • Great place with amazing panoramic view! I think the best time to visit is late October.
  • Beautiful year round but breath taking during the fall.
  • Breathe taking view!!