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  1. Blue Ridge Parkway Overlooks near Asheville

    trails or other points of interest. And most are great picnic spots. See our Blue Ridge Parkway Guide ... Parkway Blue Ridge Parkway Tunnels Picnics on the Blue Ridge Parkway Top 12 Blue Ridge Parkway Waterfalls ... Be sure to take time to stop at the Blue Ridge Parkway Overlooks to soak in the views! Here ...

    leighanne - 10/12/2017 - 12:36

  2. Mt. Pisgah, Blue Ridge Parkway

    Mt. Pisgah on the Blue Ridge Parkway can be seen from downtown Asheville on a clear day. It's ... picnic area includes grills, tables and restroom facilities. The trail starts at the back of the parking ... (two miles) to Fryingpan Mountain Trail begins down the Parkway at Milepost 408.5. It goes to Big Bald, ...

    mark - 08/26/2017 - 15:37

  3. Waterrock Knob on Blue Ridge Parkway, NC

    Waterrock Knob is a must-stop along the Blue Ridge Parkway. Located at Milepost 451.2 (just 18 ... miles from the end of the Parkway), it features the last hiking trail along the Parkway as you travel ... the large parking area at 5,719 feet elevation, find prime picnic spots with panoramic views and restrooms. ...

    leighanne - 12/21/2017 - 14:15

  4. Setrock Creek Falls, near Blue Ridge Parkway

    Highway 80 (Mt. Mitchell Scenic Byway), just a few miles from the Blue Ridge Parkway and about 10 miles ... for a picnic. The waterfall drys to a trickle during dry periods. Nearby is Roaring Fork Creek Falls, another ... easy hike. Directions from the Blue Ridge Parkway: Take NC 80 North (at Milepost 344) for 2.2 miles. ...

    leighanne - 10/09/2017 - 17:30

  5. Julian Price Park, Blue Ridge Parkway

    of the 100 picnic sites or hike around the lake. Moses Cone Park with the Parkway Craft Center is nearby. ... At milepost 297 on the Blue Ridge Parkway, explore the impressive Julian Price Park. It's ... the Parkway overlook at the lake. Rent a boat or canoe to explore the 47-acre Price Lake. Eat at one ...

    leighanne - 10/18/2016 - 17:13

  6. Top 12 Blue Ridge Parkway Waterfalls in NC

    Parkway FAQs Fall Foliage Forecast 2018, Asheville & NC Mountains 20 Picnic Spots, Asheville & ... Find the best waterfalls along the Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina near Asheville, either ... directly on the Parkway or within a 10-mile detour. All are free to visit, but most are a bit hidden since ...

    mark - 01/28/2018 - 14:54

  7. Craggy Pinnacle Hike, Blue Ridge Parkway

    Forecast 2018, Asheville & NC Mountains 20 Picnic Spots, Asheville & Parkway Roan Mountain Winter ... not difficult. Located on the Blue Ridge Parkway at Milepost 364.1, it's free to visit. Plus, it's ... I-26 as it crosses Tennessee. To the south, look down at the Blue Ridge Parkway visitor center ...

    leighanne - 12/21/2017 - 14:02

  8. Duggers Creek Falls, Blue Ridge Parkway

    from the Linville Falls Visitor Center on the Blue Ridge Parkway. Our photos are after a good bit ... of the cascading creek from the road bridge as well. Linville Falls is located on the Blue Ridge Parkway near ... both sides of the river. The Visitors Center has restrooms, picnic area and an information center ...

    leighanne - 08/26/2016 - 19:23

  9. Richland Balsam, Blue Ridge Parkway

    Be sure to stop at the highest point on the Blue Ridge Parkway! And there's a great highland ... near Milepost 431 (about 45 miles from downtown Asheville). Driving south on the Blue Ridge Parkway ... south on the Parkway about 1/3 mile to the overlook on the left with the large sign proclaiming ...

    mark - 12/21/2017 - 14:18

  10. Rough Ridge Hike, Blue Ridge Parkway

    on the Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina) is a boardwalk atop the rocky mountain that protects fragile ... in the views. Take a picnic! At the summit, the highest rock has cables to help you reach the top. Total ... color. Directions Park at the Parkway overlook at Milepost 302.8. If you don't hike, enjoy the creek ...

    mark - 02/23/2018 - 09:27

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