Pisgah
National Forest

Pisgah National Forest is a National Forest in the Appalachian Mountains of western North Carolina. It is administered by the United States Forest Service, part of the United States Department of Agriculture. The Pisgah National Forest is completely contained within the state of North Carolina. The forest is managed together with the other three North Carolina National Forests (Croatan, Nantahala,…
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Ascending Grandfather Mountain's Profile Trail, this hike takes you past some of…
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Potato Knob is a rocky, prominent peak visible from the Blue Ridge Parkway, many…
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This loop takes you around the headwaters basin of Flat Laurel Creek, which star…
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This popular, short loop descends on a moderate path to a majestic 70' waterfall…
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This spectacular, 70 ft. falls is located in an old-growth forest. The lower acc…
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This hike takes you to the top of a Pisgah National Forest icon: the huge granit…
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This hike takes you past a small but attractive waterfall, up to the top of John…
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Don't be like the rest of the tourists and drive to the top: take a real hike to…
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This is a wonderful hike that is both easier and less often used than the summit…
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LINVILLE FALLS - PLUNGE BASIN HIKE A short but rugged trail takes you to the bas…
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At the top of an imposing mountain peak located at the edge of the Shining Rock …
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A wilderness experience awaits along Harper Creek. This is not your typical, eas…
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This relatively flat loop hike - which features a shortcut option - is all about…
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A unique loop trail winds through this high-elevation, flat valley. Two spurs le…
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This hike takes you along the Mountains to Sea Trail in a remote section of the …
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Starting at the Black Mountain Campground on the Toe River, this hike gains 3600…
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This popular trail climbs a short distance from a Blue Ridge Parkway overlook to…
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