Biltmore Loop Trail [PRIVATE PROPERTY]

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Asheville, North Carolina

Biltmore Loop Trail [PRIVATE PROPERTY] is a 3.5 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Asheville, North Carolina that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and mountain biking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length3.5 miElevation gain354 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashKid friendlyHikingMountain bikingWalkingForestViewsOff trailPrivate property
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You will have to purchase tickets to enter the estate or be season pass holders.

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Dave Navarre
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Hiking
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Lucretia Pintacuda
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Hiking

Muddy. Quite noisy from interstate traffic. But actually a nice trail meandering through the woods.

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Mary Dendy
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Hiking

Lots of different trails intersect, which can make it difficult to follow this exact route. But it’s a beautiful place to hike regardless.

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Angie Kimball
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Hiking

Multitrails. Nice and easy all around

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Lina Roy
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HikingGreat!

A bit confusing at times, otherwise great views and well maintained.

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rob petrus
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Maks Churn
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Greg Bach
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Hiking

This loop started in the little village up a pasture road and then 80% of the hike was through deep woods with very well kept trails and markings. We ended at the Inn where the forest opens up to the vista below.

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Jeff Boudreaux
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Hiking

Crowded for Biltmore...leafers

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Tom Bruce
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Hiking

Great hike.

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Jeff Boudreaux
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Hiking

Beautiful but much of it unshaded so very hot in September...

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Catharine Seay
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Hiking

I little noisy. But a good quick trail in the middle of Asheville.

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Rick Pollard
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Road biking

Always easy and flat

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Laura Cox
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Hiking

Great hike around Biltmore grounds- to the Bass Pond back through the Meadow and down to the River then back to the Village Inn.

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John Eric Christensen
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Hiking

A neat place to visit. Hike is easy and you get some nice scenery

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Tim Sheppard
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Hiking

Two stars is the most I can give this trail. You hear all of the expressway traffic, nothing much to it. There are two many excellent hikes in the area to go on this one again.

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Mike Hiking
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Hiking

Nice walk through the woods! The trails aren’t marked very well, except at some trail intersections. Trail has enough elevation changes to get your heart moving, but nothing is difficult in this trail. If you get lucky you may see the Land Rover taking people on an adventure. Also worth the quick stop are the falcon and owl cages by the hotel.

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Chad Mitchell
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Hiking

The gravel at the beginning isn’t my favorite, but these are decent trails for a quick outing. This route can be a little confusing since it’s essentially a bunch of concentric figure 8’s. If you have a pass and you want a good place to trail run, bike or casual stroll these do the trick.

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Kristi Candler
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Running

Flat the entire stretch. Nice if you have season pass.

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Randy Belk
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Mountain biking

Yes, it cost to get on the estate, but we are seasons pass holders. The trails are always in great shape and never crowded. If you live close enough to make regular trips, then it is worth getting a pass. There is so much to enjoy and the exhibits change from time to time. Plus, the gardens are always beautiful. You can find great places for picnics, or a place to just relax after a great ride.

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Mark Tomaselli
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Bueno

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Terra Noffsinger
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Breathtaking

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John Hollingsworth
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Way overpriced to hike a tourist trail. No thanks.

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christian saunders
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As said before.... Must pay to get on the property.....:(

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Corbin Stokes
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Walking

Beautiful house, great property to walk or bike around.

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Heather Pinky
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We have season passes and hike the grounds regularly!

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Greg Ludlow
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You have to pay the $65 entry fee to Biltmore Estate just to hike the trail. We said "no thank you"

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Scott Densmore
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Road biking
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One of my favorite places in one of my favorite cities. Biltmore is a unique experience. There is so much to see and do. It can be expensive, but some of the best time we have spent there has been exploring the gorgeous and expansive estate grounds. We've biked along the beautiful French Broad River and spent a lot of time walking the amazing gardens. Each season is special in its own way.

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Sam Henley
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Hiking
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Diana Brooke
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