Highland Hills Motel & Cabins

2748 Hwy 105 , Boone, North Carolina, 28607, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 2748 Hwy 105 , Boone, is near Tweetsie Railroad, Wahoo's Adventures, Mystery Hill, and Horn in the West.
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    Travel Blogs from Boone

    Steels Creek & Burnthouse Branch Waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Jul 12, 2014

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    ... Creek. A short, but very steep, scramble path led down to a big rock with views of the upper portion of the waterfall. A rope was available to help us get out onto a big rock to view the waterfall. This waterfall is really cool and unique in that there are a bunch of big potholes in the rock. Swimming here, however, was not a good idea as the rocks were too steep to easily climb back out of the water. We ...

    Independence Weekend Trip to Gragg Prong

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Jul 05, 2014

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    ... of a “high trail” that bypasses two of the stream crossings on Gragg Prong, so we could keep our feet dry heading back. On the last stream crossing, we were able to rock-hop across. Margo just waded across in the water, but Willie, the rescue hunting dog, didn’t want to get his feet wet, so he actually rock-hopped across following where Sandy had stepped. I had never seen a dog rock-hop before and was quite ...

    Burnthouse Branch Falls Attempt

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on May 26, 2014

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    ... road for a little bit over a half-mile. Then it became more of a hiking trail, somewhat overgrown, but easy to follow. After a mile or so, the trail become more narrow and steep as it hugged the ridgeline above Upper Creek. It was still pretty easy to follow though and there was some marking tape along the way. When we had gone about 2 miles, the trail mostly ended and the flagging tape indicated that we needed to go down. This bushwhack ...

    More Waterfalls in Wilson Creek

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on May 25, 2014

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    ... from the top of a waterfall, but this one has a gradual enough slope that the view is quite nice as the water slides down the rock into the gorge below. Sandy thought it would be possible to get down to the base from here. I really wouldn’t recommend that anyone try this, although she did make it to the bottom safely by holding onto a rope. Realizing she would never be able to get back up however, I headed back to the ...

    Wilson Creek Waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on May 24, 2014

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    ... west for about another mile to a creek crossing. Our plan was to continue on this trail to the waterfalls on Gragg Prong, but it was not meant to be. First, we inadvertently got on Timber Ridge Trail after the creek crossing and hiked a bit before we realized we had gotten on the wrong trail. Then we got back on Lost Cove Trail to where it met up with Gragg Prong and started heading upstream, eventually reaching a ...