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Old 06-11-2012, 05:59 PM   #11
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One we really enjoyed after catching our breath was Clingmans Dome in the Great Smokey Mountains Nationa Park. A long half mile hike up to a lookout tower overlooking TN and NC.
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Old 06-11-2012, 07:23 PM   #12
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"Shhhh cane creek is supposed to be a local secret. All you tourists are taking my spots "

Sorry to bust the secret bubble.......but it was very nice and we WILL be back. We'll let you know when. Till then it will be our secret only.
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I live here and there are a ton of things to do. If you are into the outdoors check out the websites for the Nantahala National Forest, the Pisgah National Forests and Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Near Franklin on US64/NC 28 there are a ton of waterfalls. Rafting is popular along the Nantahala River. If you fish the Tuckasiegee River near Dillsboro is quite popular. If you hike head to Andrews Bald this month as the flame azaleas are spectacular. Andrews is in the national park and is off of Clingmans Dome. If you mountain bike Jack Rabbit out on Lake Chatuge and Tsali on Fontana Lake are very good cross country rides and the Pisgah is a mountain bikers dream. The Blue Ridge Parkway is loaded with long range vistas and lots of hiking opportunities. If you head to Asheville pick up the BRP at Balsam off of US 74 and.drive north. You will not regret it. I own the chocolate and coffee business in Dillsboro. Stop by and say hello.
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Smokyroo, the one in the center of town? When i went to WCU we would make trips there to get the chocolate covered Oreos
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Thanks to everyone for your NC suggestions... Very helpful!
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