Hilton Asheville Biltmore Park
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... there was the most white on the ground. At one point, a small stream that flowed into Courthouse Creek was completely frozen with icicles going up the mountain as far as I could see. We crossed the creek twice and although the rocks were icy and slippery, we didn’t have any trouble. Where two forks came together, we crossed to follow the right fork and then crossed one more time. Soon after, we came to Upper Waterfall ...
... Creek. There were a few spots where small tributaries of the creek had formed some nice icicles along the trail. Snow and ice covered the road for the majority that we hiked, but it actually wasn’t too slippery. In about 3 miles, shortly before the road fords Toxaway River, we turned right to follow another old road that runs upstream along Toxaway River. The old road was about a mile long, ...
... in their lives and I don't want to just be here! I will surely miss out on things that are bigger than my tiny little life in North Carolina if I don't get out. I got out of the tiny little town of Hendersonville and I sure as hell will get out of the not-so-tiny little country of the United States of America. Let's do this thing! (Before I change my mind again)
5 days, 14 hours, 8 minutes, and 56... 55... 54 seconds
Me and Lee made a climbing attempt to rumbling bald... there were so many leaves on the ground you couldn't even see the trail so we bushwhacked most of the way to the crag stumbling over rocks and roots hidden beneath the blanket of leaves.
I got in the route called Fruit loops and it was wonderful the first pitch was stone cold and icy and numbed up your ...
... all the things we don't have to bring, but we are both bringing our heavy Nikons and mini iPads (so we can update our blog regularly.) Plus Joe will be carrying binoculars, a bird book, a small French phrase book and even a lightweight tripod that we will share.
When I'm done here I will do downstairs and unpack my backpack. Yet again. I have decided I will switch to a lighter raincoat, ditch the extra turtleneck, scrap the high ...