Virginia’s charming small towns are beautiful year round, yet there are some that are truly resplendent in the fall. One such case is the southwestern Virginia town of Abingdon. Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, this town transforms along with the changing leaves. Whether you’re taking a stroll downtown, cozied up at a local cafe, or enjoying the crisp autumn air along the Virginia Creeper Trail, you’re fall visit to Abingdon will be nothing short of enchanting.

To see a glimpse of just how devastatingly gorgeous the fall foliage can be in Abingdon, watch the brief aerial footage of the Virginia Creeper Trail:

Have you visited this charming town recently? If so, we’d love to hear about your experiences there! Looking for more fall-friendly activities? Be sure to read about The Incredible Fall Foliage Road Trip Through Virginia.

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