Looking for a great trail near Brevard, North Carolina? AllTrails has 43 great hiking trails, mountain biking trails, trail running 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. If you're looking for the best trails in Cuyahoga Valley National Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Davidson River Recreational Area. Ready for some activity? There are 27 moderate trails in Brevard ranging from 1.8 to 73.2 miles and from 2,096 to 5,301 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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muddy
2 days ago

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rocky
3 days ago

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bugs
muddy
4 days ago

well used trail. this is a rain forest and we got caught in a little but the summit was well worth the climb.

Our hike was about 5 miles to the camp site. Not a hard hike. Hiking with a 20+ lb bag is a bit challenging, but if you are relatively healthy it is doable. The campsites are picturesque. Near the water. Nice places to swim. The hike back is mostly uphill, and is a bit of a workout with a bag. Still worth the trip.

Awesome trail; however, if it starts raining, the trail becomes a creek. I enjoyed walking through the water and mud, but probably not for everyone. Hope to do it again soon.

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muddy
6 days ago

Amazing day with my girlfriends

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muddy
7 days ago

trail running
muddy
rocky
washed out
7 days ago

hiking
8 days ago

Hiked it north to south. Started at 5am 8/14 from DBBSC. Made it to Butter Gap Shelter by 7pm. Started with 3.5 liters, refilled right on the trail somewhere south of The Narrows. Used a gravityworks. Some stretches felt like we were bushwhacking along the way. Refill again at deep gap shelter at 3pm. Then finally at Butter Gap Shelter at 7pm which was super convenient. Day two left Butter Gap at 8am with two liters each and ran that out to Ranger Station arriving there by noon. Second day was pretty easy with some long stretches that really helped the pace. Overall, Trail was a blast. Water was way easier than expected. Surprised at the amount of spots to camp along the entire way, so many. Map choice was Nat Geo Ranger District map and seemed to be spot on and easy to follow. Hitch hiked back to truck within 30 minutes which seemed to be the normal thing to do.

beautiful waterfall and if you have someone with a disability, you can drive right up and view from the car

Amazing ending. Lots of roots and rocks, but not too tough of a trail.

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muddy
rocky
9 days ago

hiking
9 days ago

Great hike.

Nice steepness at the start. Definitely go to the overlook, beautiful!

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bugs
muddy
10 days ago

We did blue and red trail - about 5.5 miles, 2h 20 mins. Some good elevation at the beginning. Overall it was a good moderate hike but not much by way of views or varied scenery.

hiking
12 days ago

Great view from the top. Not too strenuous, but not easy. On weekends parking can be a problem as the mountain can be crowded, in my opinion I would go on a weekday for this trail.

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rocky
12 days ago

Saw a bear on the way down. Started moving a little quicker after that. Tough hike up but the view was worth it! Much easier trip down.

Well worth going on this hike. Grandkids loved it when we made it to the top.

Great hike and worth it for the views!

super easy hike to this beautiful waterfall !

hiking
13 days ago

wasn't horrible just a short hill climb at the end , beautiful waterfall today in early August not a lot of water flow .

This trail is amazing! Steady climb the entire way to the top, but the view at the end is more than worth it. Highly recommended! Would definitely do it again.

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