Take 70 or 270 to
Take 15/340 toward Harper's Ferry
Stay on 340 when 15 splits off
Take 340 toward Harper's Ferry
Take exit for Boonesboro Route 67
Stay to the right
Turn right on first road,
Park along either side of road or in dirt parking lot
Walk to the end of Weverton Road
There is a telephone pole with an old rusty sign that says
Hike up about half a mile to the top
The trail splits
Turn right onto the blue marked trail
This goes down a few hundred yards to the cliffs
Take Route 67 toward Harper's Ferry
Turn left onto
Follow red itallic directions to top
From Shenandoah area:
Take 81 to
Take Route 7 toward Berryville
Take 340 north toward
Continue on 340 past Harper's Ferry
You will cross the
After crossing the
After the road widens there is an exit ramp on the right for Boonesboro Route 67
Take Boonesboro Route 67 exit
Turn right on to first road,
Follow red itallic directions to top.
Weverton Cliffs is a beautiful lookout point along the Appalachian Trail, near Harper's Ferry, West Virginia. The view can be reached by following a footpath of about one half-mile in length. The beginning is moderately steep, but decreases in difficulty as you approach the summit. The time you need to complete the trail might take anywhere from twenty to forty-five minutes - depending on your speed. Please try to arrive as punctually as possible. We will begin the ceremony right on schedule.
Dress casually! I highly recommend clothing that won't be ruined if it becomes soiled from sweat or mud. Comfortable walking/hiking shoes are particularly important. We will be wearing clothes very much like the ones you see in our blog photos. I also recommend that you bring along a light jacket and a bottle of drinking water. Weverton can be breezy, even on the warmest days, and thirst can be threatening, even on the coolest days!
*There are also several mission projects we have personally been involved in starting that would appreciate your support. These include a service of food for hungry Argentine street children and a mission radio station in Northern Argentina. Neither of these projects facilitate web access, but may receive donations through a fund in the Frederick Seventh-Day Adventist church (6437 Jefferson Pike, Frederick, MD 21703). Please write checks to either "The Diamante project" or "The Argentine radio project." For further questions, please e-mail us!