Hiking -- Western North Carolina is known for outdoor adventures and NC Tripping is a great place to find out where and where to go!
The following information is just a partial list of their list of Best Hiking Trails. Be sure to go to the link for their full list Western North Carolina Hikes.
Western North Carolina Hikes -- Looking for where to hike in Western North Carolina? Check out the list below we found on NC Tripping. Their site is awesome! The list is a part of a list of 69 Best Hiking Trails in North Carolina!
Western North Carolina Hikes
The Mountains of Western North Carolina are where you’ll find most of the insanely beautiful landscapes and, of course, waterfalls when hiking in North Carolina.
If you’re looking for hikes around Asheville (perfect for day trips!) and High Country spots, you’ll need at least a few days to work with. Check out these awesome places to stay in the mountains.
Bass Lake Trail
Bass Lake Trail is an awesome hike near Blowing Rock and Boone. It is a really easy loop (0.8 miles), though there are longer options including The Maze (3 miles). The loop is wheelchair-accessible and good for strollers, which is great for travel-with-baby people like us.
Like to fish? This place has that available, so don’t forget your poles!
If you’re staying at Chetola Resort, you can reach this hike via trail from our favorite High Country getaway!
Boone Fork Trail
Boone Fork Trail is a 5-mile loop that crosses its namesake river more than a few times. It’ll take you through diverse terrains, with flower patches, foliage, and swimming holes scattered along the way.
The Broad River Greenway
The Broad River Greenway’s 1,500 acres of nature run along both sides of the water that passes through Cleveland County.
The First Broad River Trail in Shelby is one of the best in the system. It’s a 1.5-mile moderate walk that takes you along the slowly drifting water. It runs under a massive and historic wooden railroad trestle. But first, you have to cross a beautiful 120-foot suspension bridge.
Explore this greenway during any weekend in Cleveland County and enjoy one of our favorite spots in the state. It’s also part of the Carolina Thread Trail that connects 15 counties in North and South Carolina.
To Read their full list of WNC Trails as well as North Carolina Trails go to this link nctrippin.com