Second Winchester and the Road to Gettysburg Tour

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We are working on it, and will have this page up soon. If you are interested in this tour, email us, and we will answer all your questions.

We can tell you this much: This tour is all about gaining insight and context into the Gettysburg Campaign. For Robert E. Lee and his army, the road to Gettysburg in June 1863 led through the Shenandoah Valley. We follow some of those roads to understand why Lee moved his ponderous army as he did. We visit Chester, Ashby’s and Snicker’s Gaps, and move on through Berryville to the field of the important Second Battle of Winchester, where Lee’s vanguard kicked open the door to Maryland and Pennsylvania.

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