Leg 16: Zion Crossroads to Scottsville
Number of people walking today: 6
|Rural roads to Scottsville, on the James River.
Van transport from hotel to beginning of walk.
Van transport to end-of-day hotel. Meet at the James River Brewery by 3:00 pm for pick-up.
|Best Western Plus Crossroads Inn & Suites
135 Wood Ridge Terrace
Zion Crossroads VA 22942
|End Walking Time
|James River Brewery, 561 Valley St, Scottsville, VA, then take the van to:
James River Inn
3057 White Rock Rd
Scottsville VA 24590
|Breakfast: included for overnight guests
Lunch: pick up something at Food Lion in Lake Monticello on our drive to today’s starting point. Also stop at Food Lion in Scottsville to pick up something for tomorrow’s walk to Buckingham (nothing on the way)
Dinner: several options in Scottsville (7 minute drive)
|Van Driver: 470-653-7880.
Route Manager: 336-782-1704
|Cunningham Church to James River Brewery
|Route map PDF
|PDF: Cunningham United Methodist to James River Brewery
|Special Navigation Instructions
|Instructions for Driver
|MORNING: Drive to Food Lion in Lake Monticello to pick up lunch for today. Then drive walkers to Cunningham United Methodist Church for route starting point.
AFTERNOON: Pick up walkers at James River Brewery and drive to James River Inn. May also need to stop by Food Lion to get lunch for tomorrow.
EVENING: 7 minute drive to Scottsville for dinner
|History Blog Post
Each Google Map route will have a starting point and multiple stops.
iPhone users: when you arrive at a stop, you must remove the PREVIOUS starting point, making your current stop the NEW starting point.
Android users: As long as you “arrive” at each stop, it will automatically advance to the next one. Otherwise, you will have to remove a stop.
EXCEPTION: Do NOT remove any stops when you are in a dead zone! This will cancel the map and you will not be able to relaunch it.
Dead zone: in poor or no cell phone coverage, you will still be able to see the route since GPS continues to work. Just don’t exit the map or try to remove a stop or you will lose the route.
Obey all traffic laws. Use crosswalks and sidewalks wherever possible. When sidewalks are not available, generally it is recommended to walk against traffic but there may be times where the shoulder is wider walking WITH traffic. Be careful approaching curves and hills as visibility will be limited!
Walk with a buddy.