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Locality: Staunton, VA
Traipse is a permanent feature of Staunton, Virginia, the perfect base from which to explore Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley and the Blue Ridge Mountains. The city’s charming downtown is home to a vibrant arts and music scene, a sizzling reputation for local food and a cool array of independent shops and galleries clustered along the historic Main Street.
Traipse has been part of the the Virginia Main Street Conference for multiple years now, setting up customized Traipse tours for each. Conference attendees got to explore the host towns at their leisure using our app.
Event: Potter Parties
Traipse has now been the digital partner for multiple Harry Potter-themed festivals, including those in Staunton and Roanoke, VA. We created themed tours of the areas that immersed and delighted their attendees.
Locality: Suffolk, VA
Traipse is a permanent feature of Suffolk, Virginia. If you love small town charm, eco-adventure, performing & visual arts, history, festivals, boutiques, chef-owned restaurants, recreation, golf, guided tours, and peanuts; you'll love Suffolk, Virginia.
Locality: Winchester, VA
Traipse is a permanent feature of Winchester, Virginia. Located at the top of the Shenandoah Valley, Winchester boasts four distinct seasons, unique architecture, mountain views and park-like scenery with all the conveniences of the big city.
Institution: Mary Baldwin
Traipse has worked with MBU in Staunton, Va., on multiple occasions to provide engaging activities for alumni events and new-student orientations.
Locality: Abingdon, VA
Traipse is a permanent feature of Abingdon, Virginia, a beautiful city surrounded by the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains, which form a massive wilderness playground complete with rivers, lakes, and trails. The downtown district with its brick sidewalks and tree-lined streets entice visitors to explore every block and visit every shop, restaurant, and café.
Event: Treasure Hunt, 2017
Traipse, along with radio station WQSV, hosted a 6-week-long Treasure Hunt in Staunton and surrounding areas, with clues read over the radio and via the app. The winners received a cash prize and several prizes from local businesses.
Agritourism: Fields of Gold
Traipse as part of its many tours has partnered with the Fields of Gold agritourism program in the Shenandoah Valley to include stops at local farms, wineries and breweries.
Traipse founder Darren and his wife Caroline designed a customized wedding Traipse that led their guests on a journey of their favorite spots in the Shaw/Logan Circle neighborhood of Washington D.C.
The Wellesley College Homecoming Weekend featured an exciting Traipse tour covering both old and new elements of campus.