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What an amazing thunderstorm last night, we've never experienced anything like it! The thunder & sheet lightening went on for hours, sometimes the claps of thunder seemed to originate right beside the 5th wheel! The light & sound show seemed to go on for a long time before we actually got any rain. In the morning we packed up (again!) and got on …
... though and there was some marking tape
along the way. When we had gone about 2 miles, the trail mostly ended
and the flagging tape indicated that we needed to go down. This
bushwhack down to the base was extremely difficult, steep, and
overgrown, but soon we made it down to creek level. I was a little
confused as I thought we were on Upper Creek, not Burnthouse Branch, but
... down first
and the dog wasted no time, hopped onto the steep rock and somehow
managed to get down. After that, Sandy and I headed down. We got some
pictures from the middle portion of the waterfall and then headed back
up. I do wonder how that dog managed to get back up. We hiked back
along the trail and then drove out of the forest to NC-181. We drove
south for a few miles to the parking area for Upper Creek Falls, our ...
... that the trail down is very steep.
In about a half-mile from the forest road, we saw the pile of rocks and
arrow and started making our way down towards the waterfalls. He
wasn’t kidding that this trail was steep. We slowly made our way down,
holding on to the many rhododendron along this “trail” to help us get
down. Eventually, we made it to the bottom and climbed out on the rocks
to get ...
We would be staying at Down by the River Campground in Pineola. I generally tend to avoid private campgrounds as they tend to be more crowded, but being a holiday weekend, this was the only one in the area that I could reserve. From Price Park, we headed south on the Blue Ridge Parkway and made a couple of quick stops along the way. First, we stopped at the View Wilson Creek Valley Overlook. The valley ...