Linville Falls Lodge & Cottages
Travel Blogs from Linville Falls
Some days I really just want to run away. Like this afternoon for instance. I looked at my planner and realized that for the next 26 days I don't have five minutes to breathe. There are 26 days, hundreds of hours of homework, a handful of ...
I have been back in Tennessee for almost four weeks and I am already ready to go again. In the midst of freezing temperatures, and snow days, I am ready for that Florida air. Even today, when some relief from the cold allowed me to finally go back to being barefoot, and my shorts got to see the light of day (though a lot of girls around here still don't wear shorts in 60 ...
... Appalachian Trail
Ping pong tournaments
Home brewed pumpkin spice beer
Strolling down memory lane, catching salamanders
Good times with wonderful people!
... Sea Trail south from the parking lot towards the Chimneys. This is one of the most scenic hikes in Linville Gorge. After a short hike through a forested area, the trail leads along an exposed ridge line with fantastic views of the gorge and the many beautiful rock formations and outcrops that line the rim of the gorge. A large group of rock climbers were climbing near the Chimneys, so to get some solitude and not disturb ...
... morning, but warmed up a little bit as the sun came out. After breakfast, we headed north on NC-181 towards the top of the gorge, making our first stop at the US Forest Service parking area for Linville Falls. It was still a little chilly, but before starting our hike, I took off some layers as hiking in the sunshine would warm me up. We started off down the spur trail to the main Linville Falls Trail and turned right. Shortly, ...