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62   in Virginia Virginia74 Miles

By jake_yea
on August 1, 2017

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 Scenery

 Road Quality

 Roadside Amenities

Written Directions

Route starts and ends at Warrenton Courthouse (6 Court st)

Begin at the intersection of W Lee St. and Culpepper St in Warrenton, Va.
Start out going south on Culpepper St, Culpepper St becomes Springs Rd, Springs Rd becomes Jeffersonton Rd, go straight across Rixeyville Rd/229 at the stop sign and Jeffersonton Rd becomes Colvin Rd.

At the end of Colvin Rd turn left on Lee Hwy/229 go appx. 2 miles and turn left on Viewtown Rd/642.
Viewtown Rd becomes Forest Grove Rd, at the end turn left onto Richmond Rd/729.
Continue South, Richmond Rd becomes Eggbornsville Rd, Eggbornsville Rd becomes Ira Hoffman Ln.
Turn Left on Brandy Rd/Us-15. Turn left to take the ramp onto US-15/29 North. Turn right onto Kelly's Ford Rd. Turn left onto Edwards Shop Rd, then turn right onto Summerduck Rd.
Turn left onto Courtney's Corner Rd/634, Courtney's Corner becomes Elk Run Rd/806. Turn left onto Bristersburg Rd/616.

Turn left onto Catlett Rd/VA-28 and make the first right onto Casanova Rd/616.Turn Right onto Meetze Rd/643, continue straight onto E Lee St, end at the courthouse.

Scenery

Beautiful farm country with lots of rolling hills and a mixture of turns including long sweeping, sharp, and some ganrly twistys. Starts out heading towards the mountains with lots of valleys and exciting elevation changes. Gorgeous mountain and field views with spots of shade trees along the way. Come down from the mountains and pop out in Culpepper, making your way back around through more rolling hills and a few nice straight aways. Very relaxing and great for cruising

Road Quality

Mostly one lane roads that have been very well maintained despite being country roads that don't receive much traffic. Good visibility through a wide variety of turns, a few sharp corners to look out for but they are all labeled fairly well. Steeper hills to start out with that mellow out towards the end of the route. Watch out for gravel coming from some of the driveways.

Roadside Amenities

There are lots of little restaurants/cafes dotted along the country roads, as well as historic landmarks and battlefields. Many attractions in the towns of Warrenton and Culpepper, including some motorcycle hangouts (often times with live music!) Also the inn at Kelly's Ford is a great destination with a very good restaurant/bar.

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