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Top 18 Blue Ridge Parkway Hiking Trails

The Blue Ridge Parkway begins at milepost 0 at Waynesboro, VA and travels 469 miles through the Blue Ridge Mountains to Cherokee NC, and the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.    The Parkway is full of scenic overlooks, points of interest, beautiful wildflowers, and amazing views.   The Parkway also provides access to […]

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Craggy Gardens Pinnacle Trail

Craggy Gardens is a unique place, located along The Blue Ridge Parkway, at Milepost 364.4.  The Craggy Gardens area has multiple trails, a visitor center, and a short tunnel.   The most popular, and beautiful trail is the Craggy Gardens Pinnacle Trail, a short by somewhat steep hike, that offers tremendous 360 degree views of the […]

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Black Balsam Bald

Black Balsam Knob Hiking

A really awesome and beautiful hike, that should definitely be on everyones “must do” list is Black Balsam Knob.  The Black Balsam area, located in Pisgah National Forest, and off the Blue Ridge Parkway, offers some of the most spectacular scenic views in the Blue Ridge. The Black Balsam area includes: Black Balsam Knob, Sam Knob […]

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Skinny Dip Falls Featured

Skinny Dip Falls Blue Ridge Parkway

For the past couple of years, we had heard about Skinny Dip Falls on the Blue Ridge Parkway, but had never actually hiked down to it.   On a whim, this past Saturday afternoon, we had been out to Looking Glass Falls in Brevard, NC and decided to take the Parkway home.  We stopped at […]

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Sunset at Waterrock Knob on the Blue Ridge Parkway

Waterrock Knob – Blue Ridge Parkway

Waterrock Knob is a mountain peak located off The Blue Ridge Parkway.  Waterrock Knob is the 16th highest mountain peak in the Eastern United States and is 6,292 feet high.  Waterrock Knob is a popular destination on the parkway due to it’s almost 360 degree view from the parking lot, and the short and moderate […]

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