The Inn at Half Mile Farm
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... had a magical feel. Sandy and I climbed around on the rocks and got pictures of the waterfall from different points. Unfortunately, we didn’t see the cute little salamanders all around the waterfall that I had seen previously. As more people started to arrive, we made our way back. Our last waterfall of the day was just across the street. We pulled into Stumphouse Tunnel and paid at the self-serve kiosk, then parked at Issaqueena Falls. ...
... bear. He quickly made his way into some dense rhododendron, so no way to take a picture. We decided it would be best to talk loudly as we hiked to ensure we didn’t startle another bear. Once at the river, we turned left to head upstream along Opossum Creek to the waterfall. It’s a pretty waterfall, but the water level was low and there was a lot of downed trees and foliage blocking the view. After some pictures, we made our way back. It was ...
... the other side. I went up as high as I could go to view the top of the waterfall up close. Tim was going to slide down the falls, but ended up changing his mind. The water is mighty cold. So we started making our way back up. It wasn’t too hot, but was extremely humid, which made the climb back up that more difficult. But soon we made it to the top and started hiking back. Although he had talked about it on the way in, ...
... and made our way back towards Highlands. Picklesimer Rock House Falls was our last planned waterfall, but it was still early enough in the day that we decided to get a couple more. We stopped at the Satulah Overlook along NC-28 on the way back to Highlands. Across the gorge, we could see Lower Satulah Falls. Although it’s over 100 feet high, viewing it from across the valley is not too impressive. As far as I can tell, ...
... are lucky as we aren’t in high season yet.
After our waterfall tour, we continue to the town of Highlands, located at over 4,000 ft (1,220 mt). It is one of the highest towns east of the Rocky Mountains and is "cutesville" epitomized. We can see this is a very fashionable place where the ...