Leave No Trace and Wilderness Resource Education
Shenandoah National Park coordinates and presents Leave No Trace programs for scout groups, college and university outing clubs, and other organized backcountry user groups. These hands-on classes convey to participants the ethics and techniques of minimum impact backcountry travel and camping.
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Did You Know?
Construction of Shenandoah National Park’s Skyline Drive began in July 1931 on an acquired 100-foot right-of-way through privately owned land. The park was not established until four-and-a-half years later. More...