Reddish Knob is the highest peak in this part of Virginia at 4,397 feet. It’s right on the border to West Virginia, and offers a panoramic view in all directions.
Anyone spending time in the Shenandoah Valley ought to take the time to drive, hike, or bike up to the top for the view from the “parking lot in the sky.”
Bring a picnic, and hold on tight so the wind doesn’t blow it away. Actually, just a couple miles down a gravel road from the peak is Shenandoah Mountain Picnic Area – perhaps better suited for a meal!