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Susie W wrote a review Sep 2020
We went there when it was raining and it was incredible. Not many people and we got to see where the Appalachian and Wayah trails cross. I can now mark this off my bucket list.
Date of experience: September 2020
Jaquie C wrote a review Aug 2020
2 contributions3 helpful votes
Stunning. I didn’t want to like it, but I think I saw God. There are so many mountains! Also the road was lined with the precious little cabins that I’m sure were full of happy vampire families or children-eating witches. Enchanting! Beautiful views all around.
Date of experience: August 2020
3 Helpful votes
NCEmie wrote a review Jul 2020
Hickory, North Carolina157 contributions16 helpful votes
This was a spur of the moment trip up the mountain. And yes, it is quite a drive up a dirt road to get there. It was a well maintained road and easy to drive. The wildflowers were beautiful all along the route. It was not the ideal weather day, but the view was still breathtaking! I would love to go again on a clear day in the Fall. I imagine how spectacular it could be!…
Date of experience: July 2020
1 Helpful vote
Michael K wrote a review May 2020
Atlanta, Georgia544 contributions155 helpful votes
We drove up and it was foggy, rainy and windy, but after waiting about ten minutes the clouds cleared up a bit and the view was amazing. The pictures, as usual, don't do it full justice. Its a panoramic view of mountains all around. Both the Appalachian trail and the Bartram Trail take you up to this point and it is believed Bartram came up here during his travels in the 18th century.…
Date of experience: May 2020
2 Helpful votes
RJMcElroy wrote a review Mar 2020
Franklin, North Carolina8 contributions2 helpful votes
Took friends on a Jeep ride to Wayah Bald and had picnic lunch. Gorgeous site. Windy, cool day. Met other friendly folks visiting there.
Date of experience: November 2019