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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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Scarlett O’Tara wrote a review Sep 15
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This was really an enjoyable part of my day!! I stumbled upon this while driving through Pisgah national Forest and I ended up staying for close to three hours. There are three hiking trails and I ended up taking two of them and not only enjoy the hike but learning about the history of forestry. The trails are paved and there are some areas that are a little slippery due to moss overgrowth, but it was a very easy walk and I ended up doing over 2 miles on two trails. This is a great place to take kids or anyone who is a history buff. The women working at the main center were very helpful and they give you some information before you go out on your self guided tours. I would definitely bring my family here on vacation.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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sageone51 wrote a review Aug 2020
Sumter, SC129 contributions31 helpful votes
This was a great experience, for our grandchildren, even though it rained. Much was closed, due to Covid-19 but the trails were well kept and the staff were very helpful. My 13 yr old grandson loved the old trains!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Kay W wrote a review Jun 2020
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I got to enjoy a couple relaxing hours with Kelly Bruce leading a Zoom video group through some forest therapy. Because of our remote locations, we can watch her visuals from the NC forest, and/or walk around and experience our own areas. We had people from several US states on the session. Kelly's leadership was calm and relaxing, and she made sure we were all included as much as we wanted to be in sharing our observations periodically throughout the session. I finished feeling very at peace, and just wanting to go walking around my neighborhood to see what more I could experience. Thanks, Kelly!
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Mark B wrote a review May 2020
North Waterboro, Maine56 contributions12 helpful votes
I spent a couple very relaxing hours with Kelly Bruce and forest friends from NC, NM, FL and ME. Kelly was superb at leading the experience and allowing each if us to share our perspectives through Zoom.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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Gene B wrote a review Oct 2019
Atlanta, Georgia56 contributions36 helpful votes
Did a good job at giving the history of forestry. Down to earth smaller museum and not high tech but found very interesting, glad we found it while on trip to Mt Pisgah Inn.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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