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Transylvania County的公园和自然景色

热门公园

公园
“Waterfalls galore on easy to hike trails. This hike has the most bang for the buck!!”
  • 216位当地人推荐
公园
“Although it's a little farther away (about 35 minutes), this park is one of our favorites. Just take 64 west and stay on it (that'll require a left turn at the first traffic light, and a second left once you're in Brevard, just follow the signs for 64 west) a little over 20 miles. Once you get to the Lake Toxaway/Sapphire area, turn left onto NC 281. Go about a mile and turn left onto Grassy Ridge Rd. The park has an awesome visitor center, and just one trail - about 3 miles round trip to Rainbow Falls, and another 1/2 mile each way to Turtleback Falls. The hike is moderate, enjoyable and with a nice swimming hole at the top, with the option to slide down Turtleback Falls (a 20-foot drop) for the daring. It's a hike our whole family enjoys, especially in the summer when there's often a gelato stand in the trailhead parking lot (useful for bribing children to finish the hike). ”
  • 32位当地人推荐
Trail
“Did you know that the practice of forestry in the United States began here in Western North Carolina? Visit the Cradle of Forestry for easy, enjoyable walks in the forest and guided tours where you can learn about what it takes to grow and maintain a healthy forest. You'll be amazed to compare the old photos of all the surrounding mountains completely bare of trees compared to the deep, rich forests surrounding us today. ”
  • 24位当地人推荐
公园
“We love visiting here! Beautiful hikes-all lengths and levels of ability. Great swimming holes in summer. It’s located about 30-40 minutes away”
  • 12位当地人推荐
Campground
“Iconic scenic byway. Head north to Craggy, Mt. Mitchell and Grandfather Mt. or head south to Mt. Pisgah and Black Balsam. There is a parkway entrance very close to the Birdhouse.”
  • 9位当地人推荐
公园
“Panthertown Valley is one of those unique places well revered by many different groups of outdoor enthusiasts: hikers, photographers, backpackers, mountain bikers, equestrians, waterfall seekers, and ecologists alike see the area as one of the foremost parcels of land in the southern Appalachian mountains.”
  • 5位当地人推荐
公园
“At Milepost 418 (past the pisgah inn), graveyard fields and falls is an extremely popular hike. on the hike you'll experience beautiful landscape and two awesome waterfalls! Its about a 35 minutes drive from the tiny house!”
  • 5位当地人推荐
Trail
“Black Balsam Knob, also known as Black Balsam Bald, is in the Pisgah National Forest southwest of Asheville, North Carolina, near milepost 420 on the Blue Ridge Parkway. It is the second highest mountain in the Great Balsam Mountains. The Great Balsams are within the Blue Ridge Mountains, which are part of the Appalachian Mountains. It is the 23rd highest of the 40 mountains in North Carolina over 6000 feet. The top of the mountain is a grassy bald that affords a panoramic view. The origin of grassy balds in southern Haywood county is a result of extensive clear-cut logging and locomotive fires in 1925 and 1942. These fires burned deep down into the mineral-rich topsoil slowing reforestation or stopping it altogether. Examples of this can also be found on many of its neighboring peaks and ridges. These features contribute to the area's popularity, but foot traffic also causes some ecological damage to the ecosystem. The Art Loeb Trail follows the grassy ridge of Black Balsam Knob. Visible peaks from Black Balsam Knob include: Shining Rock in the Shining Rock Wilderness Looking Glass Rock Cold Mountain Mount Pisgah Mount Mitchell.”
  • 8位当地人推荐

步道

公园
“Waterfalls galore on easy to hike trails. This hike has the most bang for the buck!!”
  • 216位当地人推荐
Trail
“Best hike in the area. 360 views from the top. Hike is easy to moderate, and only about a mile before you see the best views of the Smokies and Blue Ridge.”
  • 27位当地人推荐
Trail
“Did you know that the practice of forestry in the United States began here in Western North Carolina? Visit the Cradle of Forestry for easy, enjoyable walks in the forest and guided tours where you can learn about what it takes to grow and maintain a healthy forest. You'll be amazed to compare the old photos of all the surrounding mountains completely bare of trees compared to the deep, rich forests surrounding us today. ”
  • 24位当地人推荐
Trail
“Black Balsam Knob, also known as Black Balsam Bald, is in the Pisgah National Forest southwest of Asheville, North Carolina, near milepost 420 on the Blue Ridge Parkway. It is the second highest mountain in the Great Balsam Mountains. The Great Balsams are within the Blue Ridge Mountains, which are part of the Appalachian Mountains. It is the 23rd highest of the 40 mountains in North Carolina over 6000 feet. The top of the mountain is a grassy bald that affords a panoramic view. The origin of grassy balds in southern Haywood county is a result of extensive clear-cut logging and locomotive fires in 1925 and 1942. These fires burned deep down into the mineral-rich topsoil slowing reforestation or stopping it altogether. Examples of this can also be found on many of its neighboring peaks and ridges. These features contribute to the area's popularity, but foot traffic also causes some ecological damage to the ecosystem. The Art Loeb Trail follows the grassy ridge of Black Balsam Knob. Visible peaks from Black Balsam Knob include: Shining Rock in the Shining Rock Wilderness Looking Glass Rock Cold Mountain Mount Pisgah Mount Mitchell.”
  • 8位当地人推荐
Trail
“I've been playing here since I was a kid! It's a stunning place! Not a difficult hike, but very scenic.”
  • 6位当地人推荐
Trail
“Blue Ridge Parkway Milepost 418.8 A short downhill hike (partly paved) leads to one of three waterfalls. A popular hiking destination, Graveyard Fields morphs into a wild blueberry patch in late summer and fall, so bring your buckets.”
  • 2位当地人推荐
Trail
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