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Marys Rock Tunnel

A tunnel carved through native granite along the Skyline Drive in the Shenandoah National Park, providing scenic mountain views.
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Constructed in 1932 and over 600 feet long, Mary’s Rock Tunnel is a mountain underpass blown out of of Mary’s Rock: a 3,514 foot mountain in Shenandoah National Park. RVs, camping trailers and horse trailers are welcome. To spot it for yourself, drive to mile-marker 32.2 on the Skyline.

leah 2 years ago

Marys Rock Tunnel Articles

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