A visit to the Billy Graham Library in Charlotte, NC offers inspiring exhibits, films, and memorabilia retracing Billy Graham’s dynamic journey from a North Carolina dairy farm to stadiums and arenas all across the globe.
Alligators are making a comeback in North Carolina.
McAlpine Creek, McMullen Creek and Four Mile Creek Greenways are one of the many beautiful wetland nature trails that Charlotteans have access to. Even though it has 3 different names, it is the same greenway.
Chimney Rock has been a towering iconic focal point in Western NC for well over a century. It offers sweeping 75-mile views and has a 26-story elevator built inside the mountain!
Dupont State Forest is a 10,000+ acre tract located near Hendersonville, NC. This forest was used to shoot the box office hit “The Hunger Games” and also scenes from “The Last of the Mohicans." There is a spaghetti bowl of hiking trails in this area rated from Easy to Strenuous.
Come, enjoy the breathtaking beauty of a mountain. See a hawk glide on the current and add its beauty to a scene more beautiful than any in "Gone With the Wind." This is real, this is the south in all her splendor. To know her is to love her.
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South Mountains has an elevation up to 3,000 feet and is a great way to escape the city and really get back to nature. There is an 80 foot waterfall and 45 miles of trails to enjoy. Only two trails are considered Easy. The rest are moderate to strenuous.
The Cherokee Indians translation of the word Tanawha is "fabulous hawk or eagle." This would be the right name for this trail because it offers hikers a spectacular view of the surrounding mountains.
Located on more than 13,500 acres in Wilkes and Alleghany counties, Stone Mountain State Park in North Carolina offers cascading waterfalls and cool mountain streams, quiet forests abundant with wildlife, scenic hiking trails and a historic mountain homestead.