Sugar Ski & Country Club

100 Sugar Ski Drive, Banner Elk, North Carolina, 28604, United States | Resort
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This resort, located on 100 Sugar Ski Drive, Banner Elk, is near Grandfather Mountain, Sugar Mountain Resort, Edge of the World, and Tanger Outlets Blowing Rock.
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    Travel Blogs from Banner Elk

    Steels Creek & Burnthouse Branch Waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Jul 12, 2014

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    Sa**************ed back to the Wilson Creek area of Pisgah National Forest to find a couple of the more remote waterfalls in the area. I had attempted to find Waterfall on Burnthouse Branch on Memorial Day, but was unsuccessful. This time, I was heading back with Chris, who had already been, so was hoping for a more successful trip. We left the Chapel Hill area around 730 and headed west on I-40. We got off ...

    Independence Weekend Trip to Gragg Prong

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Jul 05, 2014

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    ... parking area right as we pulled up. We got all our stuff and backpacked in about a half-mile along Lost Cove Trail (#262) following Gragg Prong downstream. The campsite was just off the trail and was a really beautiful little spot, just above the creek with a small cascade nearby. After getting our tent set up, we donned our daypacks and continued along the trail about a mile to the Upper Waterfall on Gragg Prong. Although we ...

    Burnthouse Branch Falls Attempt

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on May 26, 2014

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    ... the base was extremely difficult, steep, and overgrown, but soon we made it down to creek level. I was a little confused as I thought we were on Upper Creek, not Burnthouse Branch, but we had followed the marking tape, had gone about the right distance, and had to rock-hop upstream a bit to see a not-so-impressive waterfall. Kevin Adams had rated it a 2, so I wasn’t really expecting much. We relaxed a bit down here, got some photos, and ...

    More Waterfalls in Wilson Creek

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on May 25, 2014

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    ... at a couple of smaller cascades between the upper and lower waterfalls. At one spot, there was an area of wet rocks where a large number of Eastern Tiger Swallowtail butterflies had congregated. I guess they were drinking from the wet rock or perhaps there was some food there that I couldn’t see. About a quarter-mile from the Upper Waterfall, we came out at the top of the Lower Waterfall. Usually, you can’t ...

    Wilson Creek Waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on May 24, 2014

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    ... it, making photography difficult. I tried to get out into the creek below the falls to shoot from a different angle, but the higher water level and slippery rocks made that impossible. So I did the best I could and then we made the steep climb up back to the main trail and backtracked on the trail and forest road to car. Our next stop was Bard Falls. We drove a little further up FR 464 and parked at the trailhead for ...