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Walking on Blue Ridge Park Road

Blue Ridge Park Road is a famous mountain scenic route in the eastern United States. It runs along the Blue Ridge Mountains in the Appalachian Mountains and stretches from northeast to southwest across Virginia and North Carolina. Blue Ridge Park Road is 755 kilometers long, along which 26 tunnels are made of rock.

The highest point of the Lanling mountain road is 1845 meters. There are many mountain scenic spots along the road. There are forests, rivers, waterfalls, valleys, country trails and so on. There are many kinds of trees and flowers. Even the roadside cabins are exquisitely constructed and beautiful. This is the road where cars drive, but at the same time, we welcome friends who go hiking by bicycle. When autumn comes, the leaves along the Blue Ridge Park Road turn yellow and red one after another, making it a unique autumn scenic spot. Just like going to the Fragrant Hills of China to see the maple leaves, the fallen leaves on the ground here are also a beautiful scenery. Red, yellow and green interweave into an oil painting. A gust of breeze blows and leaves flutter, which is very beautiful. In addition to maple leaf appreciation, the park can also engage in horseback riding, camping, mountain climbing and other activities.

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