Virginia’s Grand Canyon Of The South Looks Even More Spectacular In the Winter

Breaks Interstate Park is a national treasure. Located along the border of Virginia and Kentucky, this jaw-dropping canyon is so dramatic in size and scope that it’s earned the nickname “the Grand Canyon of the South.” While most choose to visit this landmark in the summer, spring, or fall, few have experienced its grandeur in the wintertime. With sparse foliage, the sun low in the sky, and perhaps even a dusting of snow, Breaks Interstate Park is downright magical this time of year.

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Have you visited Breaks Interstate Park lately? If so, we’re curious to hear all about your experiences there! For more information, be sure to consult the Breaks Interstate Park website.

Address: Breaks Interstate Park, 627 Commission Cir, Breaks, VA 24607, USA