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Les meilleures recommandations de sentiers pédestres par les gens du coin

Parc
“This park host various festivals throughout the year. Visitors can enjoy camping, riding bikes, hiking, and golf.”
  • 219 personnes du coin recommandent
Rafting
“Also available is zip lining, canoeing in the river, wall rock climbing bicycling or hiking on the trails and more.”
  • 175 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“Here's your chance to go to 3 beautiful waterfalls! Pack a lunch, bathing suit/towel, bring your dog and enjoy the day! Easy hiking!”
  • 219 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“It's a great place to go for a walk. Lots of playgrounds for kids. Nice pond to walk around. ”
  • 87 personnes du coin recommandent
Jardin
“Do you love nature but aren't huge on hiking? The Arboretum will sum it up perfectly! And in the spring/summer it's just so beautiful. They even have a succulent/bonzai tree feature that's incredibly fun.”
  • 180 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
“For those who love being outside. You don’t have to drive far to get here. Our own urban wilderness with tons of trails and incredible hikes ”
  • 87 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“If you are in the mood for a beautiful hike on the edges of the Eno river this is the place for you.”
  • 62 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“Remember the waterfall scene in "Last of the Mohicans?" It was filmed at Chimney Rock State Park! Here, during "normal" non-Covid times, you can take an elevator to the top of the "chimney," a huge outcropping of rock with amazing views of mountains and Lake Lure below. During the "Time of Covid," you can still visit the park and hike the moderate-to-stenuous Four Seasons trail, which connects to other trails, so a great place to get your exercise for the day, the week, maybe the year! Check out their website for the latest open times and activities available.”
  • 71 personnes du coin recommandent
Boutique d'art et d'artisanat
“In addition to the country's oldest handicraft shop, you will find a museum, two exhibitions, and an American Craft library rich with archives. Visit the Folk Art Center to learn our story, experience regional craft, & admire the works of over 300 Appalachian artists. 382 Blue Ridge Parkway | Asheville, NC Jan-Mar: Mon-Sun 9a-5p | April-Dec: Mon-Sat 9a-6p, Sun 9-5p Daily Craft Demonstrations: March- December 10a-4p”
  • 98 personnes du coin recommandent
Belvédère
“Wear comfortable shoes & bring a bottle of water. Amazing views. Definitely watch the movie at the Jane Hurt Interpretive Center to get an overview of the park before hiking one of the trails.”
  • 59 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
“Grab a bike (or rent from Reedy River Bike Rentals), and bike from downtown Greenville to Travelers Rest in under an hour. We like to stop for smoothies or lunch off the trail in Travelers Rest and then head back to Greenville.”
  • 52 personnes du coin recommandent
Belvédère
“I would for sure say to go to here. The drive up is so amazing and the reward is spectacular. I would highly recommend trying to pick one of the most clear days of your trip to do this.”
  • 47 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“Awesome views, trails, and you can drive your car to the parking lot at the top - and FREE!”
  • 29 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
“There is a pretty large parking lot here and this is a fun little day trip hike with amazing views! This is family friendly too. ”
  • 35 personnes du coin recommandent
Belvédère
“100 ft tall cascades with an easy to moderate trail. Total round trip 3 miles ”
  • 58 personnes du coin recommandent
Belvédère
“Two falls, one on Curtis Creek and the other on York Creek together are called Anna Ruby Falls. Curtis Creek and York Creek join at the foot of the falls to become Smith Creek. The Curtis Creek falls plunges 153 and York Creek falls 50 feet. A paved walkway leaves the Visitors Center and follows Smith Creek on a beautiful interpretive walk to the observation platforms at the base of the two falls. To reach the falls, turn left out of Mountain Cove Rd onto Hwy 19/60. When the road dead ends at Turner’s Corner, turn right on to Hwy 129 and drive 7 miles. Turn left onto GA75-Alt for 8 miles, then turn right onto GA17 / GA75 for 0.3 miles. Take the 2nd left onto GA-356 for 1.3 miles, then a slight left onto Anna Ruby Falls Road. Follow the signs 3.5 miles to Anna Ruby Falls parking area. ”
  • 23 personnes du coin recommandent