Children welcome at BTT.
Make sure to visit these websites
www.vacreepertrail.us
www.virginia.org
www.damascus.org
for more information about the area.
Do you remember catching fireflies during lazy summer evenings? Listening to the tree frogs & crickets? Playing old-fashioned board games around the kitchen table? Or simply relaxing?  If not, it's time to do so!

Between the Trails is a large vintage 2 story, 1900 sq ft vacation rental home that sleeps 8-10 guests.  It has 4 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, 2 dens, a spacious kitchen, & many other amenities.

Located in downtown Damascus VA, Between the Trails is between the 34 mile Virginia Creeper Bike Trail & the Appalachian Trail.   Both trails are 500 ft from the house!  Restaurants, bike rentals & stores are within easy walking distance. 

Fish the river that winds through town.  Walk  along the tree-lined streets. Reconnect with family & friends on the large deck of the house.  A visit will leave you wanting to return to both Damascus & Between the Trails again!
  **NON-SMOKING HOUSE**
*877-288-8211*
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Originally called the Virginia-Carolina Railway, Norfolk & Western absorbed the line in 1919 and ran its last train on March 31, 1977.

Many visitors ask how the trail got its name.  Well, back in the day, the locals referred to the train that climbed eastward into the Iron Mountains as the "Virginia Creeper", a name taken from the native plant that grows along the route. A steam engine laboring up mountain grades with heavy loads of lumber, iron ore, supplies, and passengers was also a "virginia creeper" in every sense of the word.
For more history, check out www.vacreepertrail.us/history.html

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Budget Travel nominated Damascus in its '2012 top 10 America's Coolest Small Towns' contest!
Downstairs den with original hardwood floors.
The striped chair folds out to a twin bed.Kitchen with dishwasher, microwave, washer/dryer and all necessary items to make a meal.Dining area.Dining area view from kitchen.Dining area view from back door.Upstairs den with satelitte tv/dvd player.  Sofa pulls out to a queen size bed.Upstairs den, view from top of staircase.Upstairs full bathroom.Upstairs bedroom with 2 twin beds.Another view of bedroom with twin beds.  A large vintage chalkboard is on the wall to the right of this picture.  Great for pictionary or just doodling!Upstairs bedroom with a king bed.Another view of bedroom with a king bed.Old RR crossing sign in king bedroom.Another view of bedroom with a king bed, looking toward twin bedroom.Upstairs bedroom with a double bed.Another view from door of upstairs bedroom with a double bed.Downstairs bedroom with a double bed.Another view from the door of the downstairs bedroom with a double bed.Covered deck & charcoal grill.  Plenty of seating for everyone.Eating area on the back deck. Two tables; one seats 4 guests and the other seats 6.There are a total of 47 trestles along the Creeper bike trail.
Trestle #16 during winter time, heading north, away from the house, toward the Damascus town park and Abingdon.  Trestle #17, heading south, away from house, toward Subway, JC Outdoors and Whitetop.Trestle #7 is the longest one, located between Watauga and Alvarado, on the way to Abingdon from the house.Trestle #46 is the tallest and is the first one you cross as you bike from Whitetop back down to Damascus.Damascus town pool.  Across the street from the house.  Has a diving board, slide, kiddie pool and plenty of picnic tables.  Great place to cool off after a long bike ride!
Open Memorial day to Labor day.
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