Morning Star Inn

Address: 480 Flat Mountain Estates Roadv, Highlands, North Carolina, 28741, United States | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located on 480 Flat Mountain Estates Roadv, Highlands, is near Dry Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, Whiteside Mountain, and Highlands Biological Station, Nature Center and Botanical Gardens.
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Travel Blogs from Highlands

Enloe Creek Falls

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 25, 2014

... saw a couple of chickens running around and stopped to get some pictures. Suddenly, I heard through a megaphone a ranger scream “Step away from the wild animal!” Surely, she couldn’t have been scolding me about getting too close to a chicken. They’re not really wild! No, it was some idiot getting too close to the elk. And he was completely ignoring the ranger. She repeated her command to ...

Deep Creek Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 24, 2014

... and started heading back east, stopping near Bryson City. We headed to the Deep Creek area of Great Smoky Mountains National Park to hike the short three-waterfall loop. We started off along the Deep Creek Trail heading upstream along its namesake creek. In just a couple of minutes, we passed Tom Branch Falls, which flows into the creek. The waterfall is pretty high, probably around 80 feet, but ...

Franklin Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 23, 2014

... We tried to find the nearby Mooney Falls, but didn’t have any luck finding the trailhead, so we continued on. Back at US-64, we went east for a short ways and got on Wayah Road. In about 6 miles, we turned left on Forest Service Road 388 (Boardtree Road). This road isn’t listed on the GPS and it though we were driving off road. But there was a road here and we followed it about 2 miles to the trailhead for Rufus Morgan Falls Trail (#27). ...

Eastatoe Falls

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 23, 2014

... to follow a faint path upstream along the small tributary. It was less than a quarter-mile to the Waterfall on Northern Tributary of Log Hollow Branch. The waterfall is about 50 feet, but the watershed is small so the waterfall wasn’t too impressive. After a couple of pictures, we backtracked to the forest road and continued hiking. Shortly, we reached another bridge and could see the next waterfall from the road - Waterfall ...

Highlands Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 20, 2014

... rock house”, behind it. And the cave was certainly big enough to stay under for shelter from a storm, though I don’t think I’d necessarily want to live there. Unlike Moore Cove Falls, however, this waterfall is fairly unknown and we didn’t see anyone else here. Another benefit of low crowds - there was no garbage carelessly discarded around the falls. After a few minutes, we headed back to the car and ...