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Recent Old Rag Mountain reviews

  • Million Dollar View

    "Cabin was perfect. The view and seclusion was exactly what you need to decompress fully. Well equipped and comfortable."
    Guest: Relaxed Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 24, 2014
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  • Old Rag Cabin

    "We had a great time. There was lots of hiking nearby and it was lovely to cozy up to the fire. The bet is a little squishy, but otherwise the place is great and super cozy for a winter night."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: December 21, 2014
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  • whippoorwill manor

    "Loved the place and setting. Climbed the high trail to look at Old Rag. Saw bear scat on the trail. The sauna was wonderful. We had 12 adults and there were plenty of beds. Internet service was variable but nobody really cared. Kitchen easy to cook in. Fit our group around the dining room table. good hot water. played bocce and croquet on the front lawn the Saturday after Christmas. It worked well enough. Really enjoyed ourselves over our three nights."
    Guest: Tom B. Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: January 1, 2015
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  • Perfect place to stay if you want to hike Old Rag

    "We LOVED our stay at this cottage! We got there in time for a nice lunch and then my husband and I walked to the Sharp Rock winery and managed to fit in a wine tasting and a glass of wine before my son collected us for 5 pm Mass at St. Peter's in Washington, VA. It was great to sleep in the next day, have a hearty breakfast, and then hike Old Rag. We left my 79 yo mother at the cottage that day and she had a lovely time relaxing. We then came back, took showers, had a great dinner, and then relaxed some more. We will definitely be back! PS - we usually make the Old Rag hike a day trip from the DC area but that means getting up at dawn, driving 2 hours, hiking for almost 5 hours, and then another 2 hour drive home ... using the cottage as our base was a much, much better plan!"
    Guest: Navy Family Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 6, 2014
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Old Rag Mountain Travel Tips

Old Rag Mountain Cabins Are Charming Homes in a Stunning Location

Visitors to Old Rag Mountain lodging will find an excellent choice of homes in this stunning location. From charming cozy cottages for a couple to large homes with a bunkhouse for the kids, there is an ideal property to suit your needs. Each home comes prepared with excellent facilities, such as fully equipped kitchens and laundry facilities. All have extras to make a vacation property into a home away from home for you. Extras may include air conditioning, working fireplaces, big screen TVs will full entertainment systems, hot tubs, table tennis and wifi internet access. Some even provide a home for the dog.

Old Rag Mountain Vacation Rentals Are Where the Four Seasons Offer Unique Pleasures

Four distinct seasons give Old Rag Mountain in Shenandoah National Park something for everyone at any time of year. Spring is often the most popular time; however, each season offers different activities and ever-changing scenery. To get to Old Rag Mountain, the nearest major airport is Washington Dulles International. Some visitors may also find Reagan National Airport is also very convenient at just 70 miles from Old Rag Mountain cabins. Driving to the region, the main arteries to the area are Interstate Highways 64, 66, 70, 76, and 81, along with State Route 340 and US Highways 29, 33 and 211.

At any time of year, the weather can be changeable but Old Rag Mountain is generally cooler than the valley area below.

Old Rag Mountain Lodging near the Physically Demanding Hike

The area of Old Rag Mountain vacation rentals is one of the most popular spots for hiking. It is also one of the most dangerous in Shenandoah National Park. Each year, many hikers have need of the search and rescue facilities here. In order to ensure that visitors enjoy the beauty of Old Rag, it is wise to plan your hike here. It is a physically demanding, eight-mile circuit that usually takes between seven and eight hours. There is significant elevation and many areas where visitors need to scramble over the rocks. This can be difficult for children and shorter people. Visitors are also recommended to ensure they take enough water with them to prevent dehydration. Visitors are also recommended to stay in their group, and particularly to ensure children do not run ahead. Visitors who bring pets to Old Rag Mountain cabins should be aware that pets are not allowed on this trail.

Over 190,000 Acres to Explore near Old Rag Mountain Cabins

Near Old Rag Mountain cabins there are over 500 miles of trails, as most of the 196,000 acres of Shenandoah National Park is open for visitors to explore. One of the most popular things to do here is to take the Skyline Drive. This 105-mile drive takes visitors along the crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The drive takes visitors along some of the most spectacular scenery and offers the chance to spot some of the region’s wonderful wildlife, such as the white tailed deer, wild turkey and occasional black bear. The speed limit on the Skyline is 35 miles per hour for a reason, as the animals often dart across the road. The mountain also has trails for biking and horseback riding. There are guided tours on horseback with over 180 miles dedicated to horseback trails. Many trails, for hikers, bikers and horseback riders, lead to one of the area's waterfalls. There are many waterfalls to discover here, with Overall Run, Rose River, South River, Jones Run, Whiteoak Canyon and Dark Hollow among these stunning natural wonders.

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