Get Out: The Southwest Virginia Outdoor Expo Sept 13

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With 19 counties, 54 towns, and 4 cities, there is an outdoor experience waiting for everyone in Southwest Virginia. The Southwest Virginia Outdoor Expo on Sept 13 &14 will be a weekend full of outdoor adventure with events for everyone from the novice nature-lover to the more advanced folks who are looking for that next adrenaline rush.sponsored-event

This event, put on by Appalachian Spring, is the first of its kind in Southwest Virginia and will raise awareness of the diverse outdoor recreation opportunities that are abundant across the region. Spend the first day learning about new destinations to hike, bike, kayak, rock climb, or try something new with the many other activities the region provides. Local businesses, clubs, and outdoor organizations will be on hand to share information to help get you out on your next outdoor adventure. Book an off-site trip on Sept. 14, 2014, to explore somewhere new with your family or friends by joining a guided excursion.

For more information and to learn how to participate in the expo, check out You can also connect with us on Twitter @AppSpringSWVA #SWVAOutdoorExpo

Appalachian Spring is a new Southwest Virginia community development and outdoor recreation initiative. See this video to learn more.

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