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  1. Sunburst Falls & Pigeon River Cascades

    If you are driving on NC Highway 215 north of the Blue Ridge Parkway (exit at Milepost 423) ... ridge from the Parkway 4.2 miles, cross the bridge and see the pull-off for parking on the left. ... stones. Above the bridge, sit on the boulders by the rushing cascades. It's a great picnic spot ...

    mark - 10/15/2017 - 15:56

  2. Pink Beds Trail, Pisgah National Forest

    Pink Beds has been a popular woodland hiking and picnic spot in the Pisgah National Forest ... for many years. Located four miles from the Blue Ridge Parkway on US 276 (Forest Heritage Scenic Byway), ... summer days. On the Parkway, there is an overlook of this area at Milepost 410. This hike is especially ...

    mark - 09/12/2017 - 20:01

  3. Top 20 NC Mountain Summit Hikes with Views

    is sunrise atop Craggy Pinnacle along the Blue Ridge Parkway. Here are some hiking tips: Take a picnic ... access to some of the higher trails is limited due to closed sections of the Parkway and Forest Service ... is the most awe inspiring with lifting fog and the rising sun. How about a breakfast picnic?! Take water since ...

    mark - 02/19/2018 - 13:17

  4. Mt. Mitchell State Park

    Mitchell via a very scenic drive on the Blue Ridge Parkway. From the Parkway, drive NC Highway 128 all ... Parkway near Milepost 350. Because of the altitude, many of the plants and animals are like those native ... from Asheville). The entrance is from the Blue Ridge Parkway and the traffic can be slow, especially ...

    mark - 12/27/2017 - 13:49

  5. 20 Winter Hikes Near Asheville

    there is snow and ice, the rangers work to clear the park road and the Blue Ridge Parkway to NC Highway 80 ... (reach the Parkway on NC 80 from the Marion or Burnsville area.) The weather on the summit can be brutal, ... Parkway is often closed in the winter and you cannot access the Visitor Center parking area for Linville ...

    leighanne - 12/04/2017 - 10:49

  6. Cataloochee Valley & Elk, Great Smoky Mountains

    and the majestic elk. Hike, camp, picnic and explore the history of the valley. The best time to watch elk ... provides brief histories of each structure. Our favorite picnic spot is the front porch of the Caldwell ... Reservations are required for all campsites. Reserve online at www.recreation.gov or toll-free ...

    leighanne - 08/24/2017 - 17:14

  7. Top 75 Hikes Near Asheville

    Waterfall & Hiking Safety Tips 20 Picnic Spots, Asheville & Parkway Accessible Hiking Trails near ... along the Blue Ridge Parkway and in state parks and forests. Where are the best hikes? (Pic above ... Waynesville) Great Smoky Mountains National Park (includes more options for West) Blue Ridge Parkway (includes ...

    mark - 11/16/2017 - 09:57

  8. Heintooga Ridge Road & Balsam Mountain

    at the Blue Ridge Parkway at Milepost 458.2, just 11 miles from the south end of the Parkway. (Not ... to be confused with Black Balsam Knob, 38 miles north on the Parkway.) For the first four miles of this paved, ... two-lane road, you are still in the Blue Ridge Parkway National Park boundaries, complete with some nice ...

    leighanne - 08/22/2017 - 15:09

  9. Deep Gap Trail & Mt. Craig, Mt. Mitchell NC

    (sometimes called the Black Mountain Crest Trail) from the picnic area on the summit of Mt. Mitchell. ... Title:  Also See Featured Content:  Craggy Gardens, Blue Ridge Parkway Beech Mountain Summer Hiking, ... Biking & Golf Grandfather Mountain, North Carolina Crabtree Falls, Blue Ridge Parkway Burnsville, NC ...

    leighanne - 10/12/2017 - 12:28

  10. Best of the Blue Ridge Scenic Loop

    the way. It includes a super-scenic stretch of the Blue Ridge Parkway (with a dozen tunnels) and our ... At the bottom of this page, see a Google Map that outlines this drive. Stop at one of many Blue Ridge Parkway ... to the Blue Ridge Parkway. Stop to see the gardens and exhibits or continue to the Parkway. Turn right to go ...

    mark - 09/28/2017 - 19:04

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