Ramada Limited Maggie Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... walked passed their house to the waterfall at the back of their garden. It was so beautiful, and amazing to think that someone lives with this in their yard! We felt like the owners could easily charge a fee to enter their property, or at least take donations for a local charity.
From there most of the falls were a short drive away from each other, but they were all up and down very windy mountain roads. This is not a trip for someone prone to motion sickness! We saw falls ...
Today we drove from Cary in the direction of Brevard. This was one part of the trip that Damien was most excited about, because the area is famous for its many waterfalls. On the way to our accommodation, we stopped at 3 different very pretty waterfalls that Damien had read about and plotted out on a map of the area.
Unfortunately, 3 days without coffee had started to catch up with Nadia who had come down with a ...
... later in the week along with assembling first aid kits. I then transitioned to the river where I finally learned how to whitewater raft from the guiding position before concluding the first week on the rock where I gained more knowledge on top sight belaying, rescuing, and anchor set-up's. The training was extremely rich for me as I was able to teach from the skills I already knew and then work closely with the more knowledgeable to grow in my skills. Then this week ...
... seen had it not been for them. Western North Carolina is a fantastic place with so many good roads and trails to ride and we have only scratched the surface. Wherever we have been on any day of the week this area is swarming with bikers of all types.
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... bridge over West Prong Little Pigeon River and starts heading up. There were a couple more bridges across Road Prong and many steps leading up alongside the creek. The rocky stream didn’t have any waterfalls on it, but the many cascades over the rocks were beautiful. After 0.9 miles, the trail splits, with left being the Road Prong Trail and right continuing on Chimney Tops Trail. From this point, it really gets steep for quite ...