Skyline Lodge and Restaurant
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TripAdvisor Reviews Skyline Lodge and Restaurant Highlands
Travel Blogs from Highlands
... a lot of people here. We didn’t bother stopping at the overlook, because the view of the falls is poor. Instead, we scrambled down to the base for a better view. It was so crowded here that we actually had to stand in line to scramble down to the base. Like a few others this weekend, the waterfall was pretty pitiful at such low water levels. I climbed over to the left side where there was the most water flow for a picture of the falls. ...
... humid and the entire hike back is uphill, so it was a bit of a grueling hike. No more bears along the way, though. Once back at the car, we headed back to US-76 towards Westminster and turned on Brasstown Road. In 4 miles, we turned right on FSR-751 and drove to the parking area at the end. It’s a short hike, but you sure get a lot of bang for the buck on this one. In a quarter-mile, the trail comes to Brasstown Creek at the top of the waterfall. We ...
... too tired to get any of the other waterfalls along Thompson. He decided to set up his hammock, while I headed down to Waterfall #1 on Thompson River. I had never been to this one before and for being on Thompson River, it was pretty easy. And it’s a pretty nice waterfall too! I was glad I made the quick detour here. I also saw some tiger swallowtail butterflies puddling along the river bed. I hiked back up to the main ...
... no way to get across for a better view of the falls. However, the view from the overlook, including Satulah Mountain, was quite beautiful with all the fall colors and made the stop worthwhile. We then continued into Highlands and got on US-64 west towards Cullasaja River Gorge for a couple more easy waterfalls. First, we drove under Bridal Veil Falls and then stopped to get a couple of pictures. Then we went another mile or so ...
... Carolina and Georgia society come to enjoy themselves and to shop in the exclusive boutiques up and down the main street. Astonishingly we find a very reasonable restaurant, the Sports Page Sandwich Shop. Surprisingly good, we are told this is one of the few eating places that the local people can actually afford! ...