Shenandoah National Park installs new web cameras
LURAY, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- The Shenandoah National Park has announced that it has put in new web cameras in two locations.
Webcams have long been one of the park's most popular web features and an important tool for connecting with the public.
The View from the Valley webcam features a live-feed view of the central portion of the park from the Shenandoah Valley.
It is near Luray and will scan from Neighbor Mountain near Route 211 to Big Meadows.
The other web camera, called Big Meadows Live, replaces one of the long-term favorites at the visitor center at Big Meadows.
Rather than a fixed photo, this new, live-feed tour includes “stops” with zooms and wide shots capturing the landscape in all seasons across the entire meadow.
Both webcams are full video, 4K, and high definition.
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