At the risk of getting kicked out of the librarian club, did you know that you can step outside of the law library and take a short break from outlining and studying? With fall break about to start, we wanted to encourage you to get out and experience Richmond and Virginia.
We are lucky to live within driving distance of Shenandoah National Park, which is known for its beautiful fall foliage and scenic Skyline Drive. We’re about to reach peak fall foliage, and Shenandoah has amazing trails for hikers of all levels where you can take in the views.
If you can’t make it out to Shenandoah on your own, your classmates helped put together a list of their favorite places to hike and walk in Richmond. Some of the most popular recommendations were:
- Pony Pasture Park
- Forest Hill Park
- Hollywood Cemetery
- Pipeline Walk
- Deep Run Park
- Buttermilk Trail
- Belle Isle
- Japanese Garden at Maymont
- Around the Museum District and Fan District
- Around the University of Richmond Campus
And we can help you scratch the last recommendation off of your list. Join us for a community campus walk after fall break on Friday, October 20 from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm! We’re going to walk around Westhampton Lake and enjoy the fall colors together.