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Looking Glass Rock Trail

Brevard, NC

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Looking Glass Rock Trail is a 6.4 mile trail located near Brevard, North Carolina and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round.

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High Falls,Triple Falls Hike
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10 Completed 2 Reviews

So beautiful! A friend showed us this spot during a visit to Asheville. Not as crowded as we had expected, and had it mostly to ourselves up to the covered bridge portion. The path was an easy wide gravel trail which was good for our canine friend who is not good with other dogs. I could see how this would be less enjoyable when filled with a lot other people, but surely if you go early it will still be nice.

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Campbell Creek Loop Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

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Bat Cave - Edneyville
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

The map is wrong. There's even a sign saying, "Your GPS is wrong"

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Max Patch Trail
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10 Completed 2 Reviews

Quite amazing in all directions, great for picnics and the stargazing was pretty mind blowing as well. If our alternator hadn't died at the top of that super windy gravel road it would have been a great end to an Asheville trip. Ps not an ideal spot to wait for a tow truck to get you out of...

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American Beech Trail
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6 Completed 5 Reviews

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Lanier Falls Trail
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6 Completed 5 Reviews

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Little Creek Loop Trail
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6 Completed 5 Reviews

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Campbell Creek Loop Trail
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6 Completed 5 Reviews

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Raven Rock Loop Trail
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6 Completed 5 Reviews

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Twentymile Loop
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15 Completed 18 Reviews

To the people saying they can't find this trail it is at the end of the Dragon near the Ranger Station. You can also access gregory bald and the AT from here. I came across what I believe is this trail by seeingg the Twenty Mile Ranger Station and pulling in. We the saw parking and started walking down the road and that is where we saw the signs. The ridge trail is a decent climb near a awesome little creek. Apparently people bring horses because we saw a lot droppings.

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