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Travel Blogs from Linville
... campsites along this road and not
surprisingly, all were occupied on this holiday weekend. We stopped at
the end of the road before a big jeep mound and started our hike. We
were headed to the Waterfall on Burnthouse Branch, a tributary of Upper
Creek. According to Kevin Adams’ book, the waterfall was a little over 2
miles from the trailhead and at the end we’d have to ...
... continued on the trail stopping at a couple of smaller cascades between
the upper and lower waterfalls. At one spot, there was an area of wet
rocks where a large number of Eastern Tiger Swallowtail butterflies had
congregated. I guess they were drinking from the wet rock or perhaps
there was some food there that I couldn’t see. About a quarter-mile
from the Upper Falls, we came out at the top of the Lower Falls.
... Fish Falls Trail (263) for about a mile down to
Lost Cove Trail (262) right above the waterfall and got out on the
exposed bedrock. There were a lot of people here swimming, sunbathing,
and enjoying the falls. All of the primitive campsites around here were
full as well. Hunt Fish Falls is two relatively small drops that end
in a huge pool. Although not the most impressive waterfall in the area,
the ease of ...
... a few times to see some nice cascades on the creek above the falls. A few would almost qualify as waterfalls, though I'm sure that they're not named. It was getting late by now and we were both getting hungry, so we headed to Banner Elk and Sandy bought dinner for my birthday at Puerto Nuevo, a very good Mexican restaurant. Then we headed back to camp and built a fire before retiring for the ...
... boulder field just below the main drop. Hebron Colony Falls is an interesting waterfall - there’s no huge drop, but rather a countless number of small cascades over, under, and around massive boulders in the creek. The opportunities for rock scrambling and photography are endless. We climbed out onto some big boulders at the base of the main drop and had lunch and then spent some ...