Descriptions, directions and maps of some of western North Carolina's best mountain biking trails.
Reedy Creek Nature Center offers over 10 miles of hiking trails and has a variety of terrains and scenic views of small lakes, forests, fields, streams, wildlife, and the Robinson Rockhouse ruins.
Approach any direction and you will see Pilot Mountain rising more than 1,400 feet above the countryside of the upper Piedmont plateau.
McDowell Nature Preserve is the perfect place to “get away from it all” even though you are still in the city. This preserve offers camping, hiking, fishing, boating, and a nature center to enjoy all year long in a peaceful and natural setting.
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.
Whether you're visiting or you've lived in Asheville for awhile, Bent Creek is a great place for recreation. It's also a place to hone your mountain biking skills.
Find out where you can appreciate the sights that the city and surrounding area have to share; whether you want to appreciate the fascinating city skyline or the majesty of the Great Smoky Mountains.
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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.
The Blue Ridge Mountains are some of the most beautiful in the world. Rich in history, it is an area where nature is at its best. The vistas seem to go on forever. . .