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DH67 (Non Feature DH)
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32.9 mi / 52.9 km


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At a Glance
Shenandoah. Traditionally, the title of the famous folk song brings to mind the Appalachians, the Missouri River and the story of an Indian chief with a beautiful daughter. But here in Northern California, the word evokes something entirely different. The Shenandoah Valley is synonymous with rolling vineyards, cozy tasting rooms, and, most notably, a catchy little Destination Highway. DH67 strums down from the shady groves south of Pollock Pines, picks along Sturdevant Ridge and slides into the valley’s grassy shoals. And as long as crowds of pylons aren’t flooding out of the small, sold-out houses that populate this tour, you’ll be humming along through the tight corners between Pleasant Valley and Somerset and the wider, sweepier, better engineered chorus of sweepers down toward Plymouth. The legendary Pete Seeger once asked, “Why should this favorite sea shanty concern an Indian chief, and a midwestern river? And why does everyone love it so and refuse to change it?" Well, Pete, we couldn’t agree more. Here’s our version: Oh Shenandoah, I long to ride you…
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