Looking for a great trail in Green River Gameland, North Carolina? AllTrails has 14 great hiking trails, walking trails, forest trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Ready for some activity? There are 10 moderate trails in Green River Gameland ranging from 1.6 to 13 miles and from 1,017 to 2,214 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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hiking
3 days ago

The hike to get to the narrows is a moderate hike. Once going down the narrows you have to use the ropes to get down and especially back up.

Our family with teens and dogs loved this trail. Thanks to others for their description of finding the trail we had no issues. (Entrance is across the street from the big parking area and signs...then head up and follow red dots). You have to get your feet wet on this trail. I wouldn’t let young children run ahead on this trail because steep slopes. We trekked up to the right of the waterfall to get to top tier and that was a lot of work for me but rewarding little “pools” and at 2nd tier a little slide. We loved this hike

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blowdown
9 days ago

Enter the trail on the opposite side of the erected trail sign for this trail. The trail by the sign is Big Bradley, Lots of trees down that require over & under. Not too steep but challenging. Beautiful when you get to the falls.

Great waterfalls at the conclusion of the trail. I only wish the start of the trail was better marked. Ensure you take the “upper” trail. It is not marked and less conspicuous. 6-July-2019

hiking
12 days ago

Nice trail but not much in the way of views during the summer. Will go back in the late fall & redo along with several others that tie into it.

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scramble
12 days ago

Very challenging trail for someone from Florida. Amazing views and was definitely worth it. Not for anyone out of shape or with small children.

great trail afew down trees made afew part tricky but passable. great views and very relaxing.

Follow the red dots. It’s not too far but children may need assistance over a few areas. It’s worth the short hike. The falls are amazing and I will be going back soon.

hiking
blowdown
rocky
scramble
washed out
16 days ago

Trail was fun and falls are beautiful. Don’t forget your water shoes!!

This is one of my favorite hikes. The scenery is beautiful. The Green River with it's waterfalls is awesome but my favorite is the waterfall you will see on the right before you start down the ropes to the river. We made the mistake of taking the first trail head. Pass that one and a few hundred feet down the road cross the small bridge on the right and continue down the trail to the beautiful Green River.

This trail was so pretty there was a water pool with Little Bradley running into it I would recommend it for swimming in the summer months

We had no trouble finding and following trail. Was a gorgeous day and only passed a few people. Couple steep places with ricks but beautiful and easy to navigate!

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over grown
19 days ago

good trail. but waded thru creek to continue. no safe place to see waterfall, but is amazing if you are fit and careful. would give 5 stars except for freezing water

Hiked this today. Loved it! def worth the time spent there

hiking
20 days ago

My 4 legged friend South gives it 4 bones. Easy walk, lots of places to jump in the water, took it all the way to below the narrows. Great place to swim and have a snack.

hiking
22 days ago

good hike but not marked well at all.

hiking
23 days ago

This would be a great trail for people who are in the area trying to avoid the touristy and overcrowded hikes like Dupont. The trail follows a creek, with some fun offshoots that allows for the exploration of some boulders and rapids. You will be crossing the river at one point, but it’s very shallow with a fallen tree that helps you as you step from stone to stone to make it across. The trail ends at the intersection of the Green River Narrows Trail. For the shorter portion of the Green River Narrows Trail, take a right. It will lead to the river, which would be an ideal place to have a picnic on a giant boulder right on the river. Beware, it does get steep and muddy near the end. My only criticism of the trail is the lack of signage for the trailhead. Otherwise, it’s a very fulfilling hike.

hiking
23 days ago

Easy trek into the river bottom. Nice water hole after a few swimmable rapids. Robert gear highly advised for max fun.

hiking
28 days ago

Brought my 4 legged friend and he gives it 4 out of 5 bones. Trail is pretty straight forward with some good elavation changes. Beautiful if you hike down to right below the narrows. Day we were there was after rains and current was to swift to swim. Bring a lunch great place to sit and chill. South, four legged friend, says plenty of water for him to jump in

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rocky
1 month ago

Difficult trail but worth the work. Ropes are helpful and the 2x6 to cross was safe.

hiking
1 month ago

Hiked in just to the descent into the narrows, beautiful and worth it. Ropes make it easy, just be careful with footing. Parked in gravel pullout on Big Hungry rd. A bit buggy. Pup had a blast.

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bugs
1 month ago

Definitely worth the hike. Don’t recommend trekking off to rock hop when it branches off. The hard part is getting to the gorge. The gorge is gorgeous (no pun) however, this is a difficult climb and is not recommended for people who are bound to a wheelchair or anyone who is mildly out of shape (like myself). When you arrive from “repelling” down the mountain, please refrain from falling into stream located near the 2x6. I know it is appealing, but trust me from personal experience. As fore-mentioned, It is difficult to get back up and you will feel like you just completed the Tour De France. This all is coming from someone who hasn’t been an avid hiker in about 5 years. It’s not the hardest hike I’ve completed but it’s not easy and not moderate per se.

hiking
rocky
washed out
1 month ago

This was a great hike. Thank goodness everyone stated where the trail started. Be sure you do not go from the warning sign but cross the road and go up from the left side of the creek. You will see the first red blaze on the tree. There are lots of trees down and you will cross 3 creeks. We could not find any way to cross one of them without getting our feet wet. We took water shoes and a towel. The waterfall was awesome, but too bad someone thought it was a good idea to spray paint the nearby rocks.

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blowdown
1 month ago

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off trail
scramble
washed out
1 month ago

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