Tourism Tuesday: Get Outdoors!
25 August 2020
We pre-recorded today’s conversation via Zoom for Tourism Tuesday – Winchester/Frederick County edition – with Justin Kerns from Winchester/Frederick County Convention & Visitor’s Bureau and his guests: Garry Green from Mountain Trails & Arthur Kearns from Winchester Ciderworks & Seneca Rocks Climbing School to discuss how to get outdoors for any age group and skill level.
Our conversation centered around all the outdoor activities available to residents and tourists “in the back yard” of Winchester/Frederick County. They offered location suggestions for hiking, mountain biking, trail running, rock climbing and more. Maps for many of the trails we discussed can be found at Mountain Trails located at 115 N Loudoun Street on the Old Town Walking Mall in downtown Winchester. More information about the various groups we discussed can be found at the links below.
Winchester Ciderworks: https://www.winchesterciderworks.com/
Mountain Trails: https://mountain-trails.com
Element Sports: https://www.elementsport.com/
Blue Ridge Bicycles (under new management): http://blueridgebicycles.com/
Winchester Wheelmen: http://winchesterwheelmen.org/
Shenandoah Trail Runners: https://www.facebook.com/ShenandoahTrailRunners/
Winchester Green Circle: https://www.winchesterva.gov/green-circle-trail
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