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Waterfalls and Blue Ridge Parkway Hiking Tour
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Hiking Tour of Blue Ridge Parkway Waterfalls from Asheville
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Hiking Tour of Blue Ridge Parkway Waterfalls from Asheville

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If you love chasing waterfalls, this tour is for you. With a local guide, visit four scenic waterfalls along the Blue Ridge Parkway. All hikes to the falls are very beginner-level and can be done by most people with ease. Don’t forget your camera and waterproof footwear. Drinks and snacks are provided.
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Old Panther wrote a review Oct 18
Bainbridge, Georgia188 contributions45 helpful votes
Just down the highway from another great waterfall (Looking Glass) - so see two for the (free!) price of one! Plan a drive through the Pisgah Forrest and see these two beautiful stops in the process. Highly recommend.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Valori H wrote a review Sep 2020
Brainerd, Minnesota261 contributions49 helpful votes
This was closed for quite some time before we were able to go due to high waters but we were able to go our last day on vacation. The water was cold on contact but quickly got used to it! Great natural water slide and gem! Got here at 10am so not crowded and left at 11am as it was getting busier and ran out of time.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Beauregard70 wrote a review Aug 2020
Fort Thomas, Kentucky148 contributions57 helpful votes
This is a bucket list item for any thrill seeker. Not a ton to write here because it's pretty simple (slide down the rock into the water). A couple of helpful hints though: 1) If you can go on a weekday do it - you will cut down big time on the crowds 2)If you can go as soon as they open do it - you will cut down big time on the crowds 3) Don't plan to spend all day here. The water is between 50 - 60 degrees. Unless you are from a very cold climate that gets pretty cold pretty quick. 4) Where sandals or sneakers that you don't mind getting wet 5) bring a change of clothes 6) bring a camera
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Christy H wrote a review Aug 2020
New Bern, North Carolina2 contributions
The whole family had a blast we were there a good portion of the day enjoying the natural beauty and sliding.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Nikki R wrote a review Aug 2020
Atlanta, Georgia61 contributions2 helpful votes
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We drove over to Sliding Rock after visiting Looking Glass Falls. The girls had a great time sliding down the rocks. If you can't swim, don't try it. The water on one side is deeper than the other. It was a lot of fun, the kids didn't want to leave.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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