White Water Paddling in Washington, DC
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White water paddling abounds in the DC area. Let RootsRated show you the best places to paddle for high-thrill rivers!
When it comes to white water rafting in the DC area, there's no bigger challenge than the waters near Great Falls National Park. The rapids are rated from novice to extreme, so there's room for white water paddlers of all skill levels to check out this challenging spot with dramatic views of the cliffs overlooking the Potomac River.
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The Shenandoah Valley Wine Trail travels approximately 200 miles and passes 19 different vineyards in west central Virginia, providing an excellent biking adventure.
The historic Shenandoah Valley town of Staunton, Virginia, is an excellent place to view the fall colors. With hundreds of miles of trails for hiking and biking—plus a wide variety of in-town amenities—Staunton is perfect for a fall getaway.
Virginia’s Eastern Shore is a natural wonder.
On a map, Mallows Bay appears to be just another insignificant cleft in the shoreline. But, beneath the shallow waters of this forgotten inlet lies the largest collection of decaying ships in the entire country.
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