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Trailways

Region

Virginia Mountain Tours (NETN & SWVA)

Eastern KY

Ashland Amtrak

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Western NC

Note:  This is east of the Mountain Tourism Region

Greensboro

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High Point

Salisbury

Kannapolis

Charlotte

Gastonia

Spartanburg, SC

Greenville, SC

Clemson, SC

Toccoa, GA

Northeastern TN

None

Virginia

Blue Ridge Highlands

Should have one in Christiansburg later in the decade.

Virginia Mountains

Clifton Forge

Roanoke

Amtrak Long Weekend Itinerary for Virginia's Blue Ridge

Southern Shenandoah Valley

Stauton Amtrak

West Southern Virginia

Danville Amtrak

West Central Virginia

Lynchburg Amtrak

Southern WV

 

Huntington

Charleston

Montgomery

Thurmond

Prince

Hinton

Alderson

Below are Train Tours

White Sulphur Springs

          The Bold & The Brewtiful Tour (10 days) has a stop in White Sulphur Springs 

          Autumn at the Greenbrier & Historic Trains  (9 Days) has a stop in White Sulphur Springs

Autum Colors-Express

...six decade-old train ride linking Huntington and Charleston with the town of Hinton during the Hinton Railroad Days Festival. This vintage passenger train brings visitors through the heart of the scenic and historic New River Gorge National Park at the peak of the fall foliage season. Travel aboard luxurious private railcars as you take in iconic views of West Virginia, on this amazing rail excursion.

In 2022 the Autumn Colors Express will depart on October 20, 21, 22, & 23!

         

The Cass Scenic Railroad

"The Cass Scenic Railroad departs Cass Depot on a 22-mile, approximately four-and-a-half-hour excursion that’s both scenic and adventurous. Passengers will feel like they’re entering another world because of the varying altitudes and backdrops accompanied by the shifting scenery that’s unique to the area. From the over 2000-mile climb from Cass to the heights of Bald Knob, visitors will experience everything from the second-highest point in West Virginia to the scenic vistas dominated by the Appalachian Mountains that the state is famous for."

 

 

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