The Waynesville Inn, Golf Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and all of that is very high for us. The terrain and the pack make it very intense; we're going for hours a day, and no one goes into a gym and works out for 6 hours a day or however long; we do it again the very next day with not much recovery; and we do it do after day after day. So we should be getting into camp long BEFORE we start feeling tired or sore or worn out right now, rather than going until we get tired. So today Co-Ed and Mooch are doing the three ...
The Smokie Mountains were nothing short of amazing. I couldn't have asked for better weather. After me and Stealth (Will) took a zero day at Fontana Dam we hit our stride. My knees are finally started feeling better so we were able to pick up our mileage and usually hiked between 15-20 miles a day. I can say with certainty that I gave ...
... the grounds at this place. All 200 plus acres of it. The house had 40 servants on staff at all times, has 40 bathrooms and a bunch of other stuff. It boggles the mind, to say the least. All this opulence for just 3 people. Yeppers thats the amount of folks that lived here. I was told that they entertained a lot tho. That justifies things, I guess. Who built it ?? Why the Vanderbuilts of course....Next stop----Clio, ...
... like 300 square miles. The Smokies, themselves a giant forest, are bordered by national forests such as the Chattahoochee, Cherokee, and Nantahala, and all together, the area boasts over 3,000 square miles of trees. No wonder John was overwhelmed!
His assessment of the park wasn’t all bad. "It is very clean here," he said later, "the trails in the Lake District are littered with cans and bottles and such." It is true that there is little trash in the backcountry, ...
... There are free shelters you can stay at near the top, just make sure you bring a sleeping bag and sw******* because it gets really cold at night. The views are magnificient. The sunset we saw Thursday night was one of the greatest I've ever had the pleasure of setting my eyes on. Friday morning we went up to the top of the mountain where the overhanging clouds absorbed us into their wonderful chillness. It was unbelievable and I will surely take a trip back someday.