The Park On Main Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... that didn't happen again haha.
We only continued maybe 2 more miles before we decided to stop to make camp. At this point everyone was pretty warn out and we ran into a bomb ass campsite with an actual rock chair, so it didn't make sense to finish the last 2 miles. We started with a fire, it was easy to get going because it was still hot from previous campers but it was not exactly the strongest or radiated the most heat. We did not have ...
... in the same sort of business! The apple does not fall far from the tree we joked!
Back to our tour of Highlands. Grandpa drove us into one of gated exclusive areas, The Cullasaja Club. This development has less than 300 homes, a golf course and a gorgeous Clubhouse all nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains. These homes are nothing short of amazing. (I uploaded a few photos) Note: There are several developments like this ...
... uphill. The foliage along the trail was showing great colors and we took several much-appreciated breaks along the hike to rest and enjoy the pretty colors. At the top, we turned left to get on Enloe Creek Trail and started hiking down, which made for a much quicker hike, eventually reaching Raven Fork at the point where Enloe Creek flows into it. We crossed the nice footbridge over Raven Fork and started ...
... and started heading back east, stopping near Bryson City. We headed to the Deep Creek area of Great Smoky Mountains National Park to hike the short three-waterfall loop. We started off along the Deep Creek Trail heading upstream along its namesake creek. In just a couple of minutes, we passed Tom Branch Falls, which flows into the creek. The waterfall is pretty high, probably around 80 feet, but ...
... So back to the cars and headed off for a few more waterfalls in the Cullasaja River Gorge.
By this time, the rain had totally tapered off and the evening sun was poking through the clouds. Taking US-64 west from Highlands, the highway leads through the gorge with four roadside waterfalls within a stretch of ten miles or so. Our first stop was Bridal Veil Falls. This waterfall is notable because you can actually ...