Pinebridge Inn

Address: 207 Pinebridge Avenue, Spruce Pine, North Carolina, 28777, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 207 Pinebridge Avenue, Spruce Pine, is near Linville Falls Visitor Center, Linville Gorge Wilderness Area, Emerald Village, and Gem Mountain.
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      Two Seasons in One Day

      A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Nov 01, 2014

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      ... to the roads at least. We continued on, getting on US-19E in Elk Park and made a quick stop at Elk Falls near the Tennessee state line. Surprisingly, Elk River Road leading to the falls was pretty clear of snow, even the last stretch of gravel forest road. We parked at the end and made the short hike along Big Falls Trail (#172). Even most of the trail was clear of snow, though the trees and plants around the were pretty well covered and ...

      The Blue Ridge Parkway

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 27, 2014

      48 photos

      ... at the VA/NC border and didn’t get into Asheville until dusk at 7:00, and I didn’t do any majorly long hikes.

      The Blue Ridge is what my friend Heinz would have characterized as a feminine landscape. The mountains are very rounded and tree covered to the top with the exception of a few hilltop meadows called balds. The Appalachians are said to be one of oldest mountain ranges in the world and were once taller than ...

      One Last Waterfall

      A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 26, 2014

      At this point, everybody was ready to quit. But Sandy and I are true waterfall heroes and we weren't done yet. So the two of us, continued heading east and got off I-40 in Morganton and headed to South Mountains State Park. Fall color was peaking at these lower elevations, so it wasn’t surprising that the park was very crowded. ...

      Catawba Falls

      A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 26, 2014

      ... with another crossing over Clover Patch Branch just before a small waterfall at the ruins of an old dam. Then there was another crossing over Chestnut Branch before reaching Catawba Falls. Catawba Falls is a big cascading waterfall, probably over 100 feet tall. It’s not possible to see the entire thing and the fall foliage, while beautiful in color, made seeing the falls more difficult. After a couple ...

      Fishing on the Watauga River

      A travel blog entry by barbstravels on Oct 24, 2014

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      ... 4 Brown Trout. Threw them back. Back to the house to pack up. Tomorrow we leave this beautiful place :-( Going to dinner at Bayou Smokehouse & Grill in Banner Elk. We were suppose to meet here for lunch a week ago when we first arrived, but the Wooley Worm Festival was going on and it was a madhouse in town. What a fabulous and memorable week!!!!!!!! See you soon. ...