Clear Creek Guest Ranch

100 Clear Creek Drive, Burnsville, North Carolina, 28714, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 100 Clear Creek Drive, Burnsville, is near Blue Ridge Mountains.
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    Travel Blogs from Burnsville

    Crabtree Falls

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Sep 01, 2014

    8 photos

    Monday morning, we woke up and broke camp. After breakfast, we got on the Blue Ridge Parkway from NC-181 and starting heading southbound towards Crabtree Falls. About half-way there, we made a quick stop for pictures from Heffner Gap Overlook and then proceeded to Crabtree Falls. Sadly, the campground was closed as well as all the other amenities, likely due to budget ...

    South Harper Creek & Thorps Creek Waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Aug 31, 2014

    11 photos

    ... we continued to the split and went straight to get on Raider Camp Trail (#277). Almost immediately, there was a stream crossing over Harper Creek. Before crossing, however, we scrambled upstream a short ways to see a nice cascade on Harper Creek. In higher water levels, this might be considered a waterfall, but the flow was light today. After a few pictures, we headed back to the creek crossing. I was sure we would have to get wet, but ...

    Burnthouse Branch & Steels Creek Waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Aug 30, 2014

    7 photos

    ... spider webs, trying to avoid noxious plants, and swatting at pesky insects to really enjoy the trail. The high temperatures and humidity didn’t make it any easier. The trail also becomes progressively more difficult. Initially, the trail seems to continue following an old and very overgrown logging road, then becomes more of a hiking trail. It becomes ever more steep and narrow and finally near the end, heads up to a ridgeline then ...

    Visiting the Old Family Home - just not MINE!

    A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Aug 16, 2014

    2 comments, 52 photos

    ... have the land remain Forest and sold this property to the Federal Government and it became the major part of the Pisgah National Forest.

    During World War II, 62 paintings (including Gilbert Stuart's - George Washington) and works by Rembrandt, Raphael and Anthony van Dyck were moved to the National Gallery in Washington, DC to protect them from possible harm should their be an innovation of the United States.






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    Independence Weekend Trip to Gragg Prong

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Jul 05, 2014

    5 photos

    ... While we still had some daylight left, we sat down at the creek and enjoyed the lovely view. The rosebay rhododendrons were blooming and all the flowers along the creek made for a beautiful sight. And a nice cascade added to the scene and provided tranquil white noise as we slept. After sundown, we socialized around the fire for a while and then went to bed. Sandy had to work Sunday evening, so in the morning, we broke camp and headed ...