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  1. Blue Ridge Parkway: Biking Tips & Rules

    Bicycling on the Blue Ridge Parkway is a wonderful way to experience the beautiful scenery along ... weather conditions can be quite a biking challenge. The section of the Parkway that wraps around Asheville ... is fairly flat, although it is heavily traveled as a commuter route. No matter if you bike the Parkway north ...

    leighanne - 08/17/2017 - 14:14

  2. Orchard at Altapass, Blue Ridge Parkway

    The Orchard at Altapass is a great stop along the Blue Ridge Parkway, at Milepost 328.3 (about 55 ... by the Clinchfield Railroad in 1908, the Orchard sits right on the Parkway providing some most beautiful scenery ... 11 AM- 4 PM with some outdoor seating and plenty of picnic spots. Also open on Wednesday & ...

    mark - 04/12/2018 - 16:42

  3. Giving Calendar 2019: Protected Places

    Our third annual wall calendar in 2019 will benefit efforts to conserve ... 2017: Our the first wall calendar from  featured some of our favorite waterfalls ... About & Community Partners NC Mountain Conservancy & Protection Groups ...

    mark - 04/09/2018 - 15:39

  4. Picnic at Mt. Pisgah

    Blue Ridge Parkway Milepost 407: A large picnic area includes grills, tables and restroom ... Pisgah, but there are no great picnic spots at the summit. Region:  Blue Ridge Parkway Status:  Free ... south) where you can order picnic food (April-October). You can take a strenuous hike to the top of Mt. ...

    mark - 04/20/2018 - 15:05

  5. Picnic at Beacon Heights

    Blue Ridge Parkway Milepost 305.2: Talk about a picnic with a view! Take a short 1/2-mile hike ... to a large rock summit with plenty of room for a picnic while taking in wonderful views from several vantage ... points. This hidden jewel on the Parkway is accessed from a small parking area, so most folks miss it. ...

    mark - 09/05/2017 - 21:10

  6. Picnic at Linville Falls

    Blue Ridge Parkway Milepost 317: The riverside picnic area near the Visitors Center is open from ... not picnics. Region:  Blue Ridge Parkway Status:  Free Image:  Address:  Map:  Link:  Read & see more! Add ... April through October. An alternative choice is taking your picnic down to the base of the Falls ...

    mark - 09/05/2017 - 21:14

  7. Picnic at Craggy Gardens

    Blue Ridge Parkway Milepost 365: Located 24 miles from downtown Asheville is Craggy Gardens. ... Before you reach the visitor center, a road on the left takes you to a large picnic area with many picnic ... tables and some beautiful hiking trails. Pink and purple rhododendron bloom in June. The picnic area ...

    mark - 09/05/2017 - 21:42

  8. North Carolina Arboretum, Asheville

    with 16 of 17 species native to the United States. See it in full bloom each April. ... to the Blue Ridge Parkway in south Asheville.  Surrounded by the dense folds of the botanically diverse ... the Bonsai exhibit). Service or guide dogs only are allowed in buildings & Bonsai exhibit. Picnics ...

    mark - 05/18/2018 - 11:59

  9. Picnics

    picnic atop a mountain summit with panoramic views. You could also stop along the Blue Ridge Parkway ... and spread a blanket on the grass. While there are many designated picnic areas along the Parkway ... We have the perfect picnic spot for any occasion! Take a backpack on a hike to a waterfall  or ...

    leighanne - 08/17/2017 - 22:09

  10. Forest Heritage National Scenic Byway Picnics

    waterfalls. Just four miles south of the Parkway is the Pink Beds Picnic area with an easy four-mile loop ... National Forest. The section on U.S. Highway 276 between Brevard and the Blue Ridge Parkway passes ... Favorites   Category:  Picnics ...

    mark - 08/26/2016 - 19:23