WHERE TO HIKE – NORTH CAROLINA

Hiking in North Carolina

With hundreds of trails in the Pisgah and Nantahala National Forests, the hiking in North Carolina’s Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains is outstanding.

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The hiking in North Carolina’s Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains is outstanding.  There are hundreds of trails in the Pisgah and Nantahala National Forests that blanket the mountains.  North Carolina also has fantastic state forests, such as DuPont State Recreational Forest, and it boasts the iconic Smoky Mountain National Park, which it shares with neighboring Tennessee.  We spent years visiting North Carolina and exploring its great trails.  The articles below describe some of our favorite trails so that you, too, can discover the magic that is the mountains of North Carolina. 

Mount Mitchell State Park Deep Gap Trail
Mount Mitchell State Park - Deep Gap Trail
Hiking DuPont State Forest, North Carolina
DuPont State Forest
Black Balsam Knob to Shining Rock
Black Balsam Knob to Shining Rock
Chimney Rock State Park
Chimney Rock State Park
Looking Glass Rock, NC
Looking Glass Rock
Roan Mountain, TN
Roan Mountain
John Rock, NC
John Rock
Grandfather Mountain
Grandfather Mountain
Table Rock
Table Rock, NC
Hiking Hawksbill Mountain Trail
Hawksbill Mountain Trail
Shortoff Mountain Trail
Shortoff Mountain Trail
Table Rock
Table Rock, NC

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