Aska Lodge B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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If you want to be treated special, no, pampered, sign in here. Incredible hosts, the highest quality furnishings and bedding, and excellent breakfasts make Aska Lodge a must. You arrive as strangers and leave as friends.
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Heading from Dahlonega to Blue Ridge takes you through national forests and beautiful country side. Every now and then a surprise 'small town' beckons with antique an store or outdoor market.
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... version of the main dish, because I saved room for dessert. I ordered the beignets, which were freshly made and right out of the oven, golden brown, and delicately doused with powdered sugar; so good! It’s open on Tuesdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., but offers extended hours Wednesday through Saturday until 8 p.m.
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... other and hung out with everyone until dark. It was a very festive atmosphere with so many people there.
The last push to Neel Gap was both a great hike and pretty punishing. The day dawned clear and nice, which made for nice hiking, but it did get warmer, especially on the most challenging part: Blood Mountain. It was the steepest and highest section of trail so far, and it was decently challenging, especially with a pack. But it ended up being ...
Woke up to another dreary day but it was warm. Biggest climb of the day was Blood Mountain. It went up about 1,000 feet but it wasn't too terrible going up, but going down was a different story. The climb down into Neels Gap was full of slippery rocks that made me lose my footing a couple of times. I planned on hiking past Neels Gap, but there is ...
I said goodbye to my parents and Jessie on Monday and started the Approach Trail to the AT. The Approach Trail was by no means easy. There was a lot of slushy snow, and to make things even more fun we climbed about 2,000 feet in elevation. It was all worth it once I got to the top of Springer Mountain. It was awesome to see the first white blaze and take the first steps of this 2,200 mile hike. I've met some really cool people out here so far. Mathew is from Alabama ...