Mountain Valley View Cabins

225 Mountain Valley Drive, Hot Springs, North Carolina, 28743, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Hot Springs

The Blue Ridge Parkway to Asheville, NC

A travel blog entry by pjandbubba

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... Dome which is the highest elevation of the Smokey Mountains. There is an observation tower which I had seen and once again I had not done adequate research. The temperature dropped 25 degrees AND there was a ˝ mile hike UPWARDS to the tower. It was the longest ˝ mile of my life. The grade was 12 degrees which may not seem like a lot but ...

Day 16: 42 miles into Waynesville, NC

A travel blog entry by breezer.hill

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... and enjoyed the beautiful, mostly downhill scenery that led us into lunch. Lunch was super relaxing-after eating some leftover chicken and hummus, I tossed around the frisbee, tried out the slack line and relaxed with my compadres before we all headed out. Once we arrived at the host, we ate ice cream and finally finished painting our newly awesome trailer! (See picture below). After my nice cold hose shower, I think it's bed time. Crossing our first state border into Tennessee ...

45ish mile ride into Waynesville - Pop. 10,000

A travel blog entry by alicoad

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... up. About 20 different alarms go off at 5:30. We packed our stuff, brought it out to the trailer, cleaned up the host sight and then had some host-made, home-made breakfast. Today was only a 40 mile ride so we expected it to be pretty easy and quick and smooth. Not the case. It started out just fine, the first 25 miles to lunch were okay. We had a relaxed hour lunch. I tried ...

Asheville, North Carolina - Week 3

A travel blog entry by samandylan

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Asheville is another "Mountain City" with lots of History and Charm and its Roots are from the Moonshiners, Bootleggers and Lumberjacks of the late 1800's. Instantly the place felt very much like Fremantle with historic buildings, eclectic shops and café's, hippies everywhere, buskers playing music and shows, tie dye clothes, hipster beards everywhere and pretty much every bar has a micro-brewery inside. There is a large college in Ashevile and downtown seemed to ...

Hike out of Gatlinburg

A travel blog entry by road_tripper

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Saturday April 5, Woke up around 8am, still hurting from the Birthday Bash of yesterday. After a hot shower, packing up our packs, and eating breakfast - Lobsteh and I headed to get a free shuttle from the Outdoor store....which ended up costing me $41.06, because I bought Super Feet Insoles for my trail runners. We arrived at the parking lot around 10:45, where we met trail angels Barney and Beth, the same ones from a few days earlier. Lobsteh hung out for a few, then ...

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