Conducting research or doing a scientific project in the park will require a free permit. To find out more visit the >
Search the list of Investigator 's Annual Reports (IAR) that have come from research past and present in the park.
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Did You Know?
The large rounded boulders on the top of Old Rag, Shenandoah National Park’s most popular peak, were formed in place by chemical and physical weathering, called spheroidal weathering.