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wandern
geschlossen
schlammig
überwachsen
12 hours ago

part of Bluff Trail is closed beginning at the split for the loop (if you park at the Longleaf Campground the trail head is easy to find). the other way does go all the way to the Boardwalk Loop Trail, though, which can make a nice addition to the route.

wandern
13 hours ago

this would be a great loop for bird-watching. i saw three pileated woodpeckers on my route, and several other species i couldn’t identify. this was an easy walk and still dry enough to complete.

rucksacktour
3 days ago

Great trail, poor weather. We (gf and myself) hiked NE bound from Oconee SP to Table Rock SP. The trail is very well maintained by rangers and volunteers throughout. Trail paths are very well marked with white blazes. The trail is not riddled with magnificent mountaintop vistas, but then again, this is the foothills hike. Lush forests, green canopies, crystal clear streams, waterfalls, and rewarding climbs are just a few of the scenes you can expect to witness. Vista views are present and gorgeous at the Table Rock/Pinnacle Mountain descent. There are a few miles in the Gorges Area with bridges and stairs coated in algae or similar slimy accumulations which make passing a bit precarious. In addition, crossing the Whitewater River takes some considerable effort. The bridge does not completely extend from one shore to the other and forces hikers to shimmy across a large 10’ boulder before tossing their pack onto the bridge over a 2-3’ gap giving way to the torrent below. We started the day prior to a winter storm blowing in and felt the repercussions, facing 4+ days of persistent rain, whipping wind, and temperatures in the 30/40’s. On day 4 all of our belongings were sopping wet, and the food that we had would not last the duration of the trip. Luckily, we were able to reach out to a true trail angel- “Taz” - from the Foothills Conservancy website. This godsend of a man picked us up, fed us, allowed us the use of his shower and washer/dryer, and took us to Dollar General for a resupply. That small reprieve renewed our spirits and allowed us to complete the journey. While I do wish the weather had been sunnier, I truly enjoyed the experience and would consider hiking the reverse in future years.

wandern
3 days ago

The trail is moderate for a nice walk through the woods with some rocks to traipse over and around. There are several small streams to cross but overall we did not find the conditions too soggy. The last rain was two days ago. The waterfall was lovely and it had icicles near the top. The water looked tempting for a swim at several places along the trail... if only it were summer!

wandern
3 days ago

What a fun trail...it’s really only difficult because of the length. Not a lot of views to speak of and no real summit completed, but some waterfalls, peace and quiet and nice trails. I enjoyed it. Mount Mitchell and Craig are next. I keep putting those off.

wandern
schlammig
4 days ago

Good simple trail. I have been a few times now but this time the puppers (and myself) had a bunch of ticks on us, so be vigilant on checking yourself this time of year. There were some high water areas that required some careful footing and use of the well placed logs. It is pretty quiet and doesn't appear to be extensively used, which is great for the doggos. No amazing views put a good system that is decently maintained. All in all a good trail.

wandern
schlammig
steinig
4 days ago

Excellent return on investment! Short hike with a lovely waterfall. The hike itself was not terribly long or difficult, just rocky, with only slight elevation change - up on the way to the waterfall, but that made the return trip easier. The area received a lot of tun yesterday, which caused the trail to be sloppy in a lot of areas, but it also increased the volume of the waterfall. A very nice little hike!

wandern
ausgewaschen
geschlossen
schlammig
4 days ago

wandern
Gebühren
4 days ago

This trail from Sassafras Mountain to Pinnacle Lake at Table Rock is much more than 9.7 miles. I’m 62 and a slow hiker. It took me 8 hours. There are a lot of blow-downs on the trail and the trail off of Bold Nob coming down from Pinnacle Mountain has been rerouted and not reflected on this app. This hiking trail does not become “Moderate” until about half way when it makes more sense to continue to Pinnacle Lake than hiking strenuously back up to Sassafras Mountain. If your not in shape select an easier hiking trail.

wandern
Gebühren
scrambling
6 days ago

Solid trail, but not necessarily anything to write home about. Steady climb most of the way up. A couple of nice waterfalls at the bottom and a shot of large waterfall in the distance from the overlook at the end. This trail is marked by the park at 7.2 miles and that is accurate. So plan for the extra nearly a mile over what AllTrails says. Note that there is a daily park access fee of $6 per person, so bring cash.

wandern
käfer
überwachsen
6 days ago

wandern
ausgewaschen
brücke geschlossen
schlammig
sturmholz
überflutet
überwachsen
6 days ago

We hiked from Sparkleberry Landing to Packs Landing, the lake was very high so the trail was flooded with several bridges blown out. We had to hike around several wetlands. The trail was pretty and fairly easy to follow (marked with yellow “i” blazes on trees)

wandern
steinig
6 days ago

Nice trail. Some good elevation changes for this area.

wandern
schlammig
scrambling
steinig
8 days ago

Did this hike today with a slight variation from the AllTrails map. Started at Raven Cliff Falls parking area and hiked clockwise on Coldspring Branch Trail to Jones Gap trail, finishing by taking Rim of the Gap westbound and returning to the parking area via Geer Hwy. Creek crossings on Coldspring Branch were quite dicey due to recent heavy rainfall. Rim of the Gap trail is no joke. Hiking up from Jones Gap is steep but presets no major obsticles. After the junction with the Pinnacle Connector trail, however, it becomes quite a bit more interesting. This section MAY have been closed due to poor conditions at the time I hiked it. Anyway... The trail is very narrow, mostly rock, mud and leaves, and requires a good bit of scrambling. For several water crossings and scrambles I had to toss my poles ahead, as both hands were needed for hanging on to rocks, limbs, and whatever else I could use to stay mostly upright. The trail is mostly easy to follow, but blazes are not consistent, and I imagine with more foliage in summer it could be a challenge. This trail is definitely no joke, far more challenging than anything I have seen hiking in the Smokies. That said, I was absolutely thrilled by it, and if you enjoy a truly challenging, technical hike, this is for you. Note: I would never advocate hiking a trail which has been closed by operating authorities. Always follow the advice of staff and trail operators.

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