Crabtree Falls, NC
Crabtree Falls, NC located approx 41 mile north of Asheville, NC
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Crabtree Falls - NC
The beautiful Crabtree Falls in Yancey County, NC right off the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Crabtree Falls, Blue Ridge Parkway, Little Switzerland, NC
Crabtree Falls, Blue Ridge Parkway, Little Switzerland, NC. Shot 3/10/16
Waterfalls of the NC High Country
Waterfalls are a major Appalachian attraction and the Boone area High Country of North Carolina has some of the best. Hike easy paths to The Cascades, the Glen Burney Trail, Crabtree Falls and Linville Falls with Randy Johnson, author of Hiking the Blue Ridge Parkway and Hiking North Carolina. randyjohnsonbooks.com
Roaring Fork Falls, Burnsville, NC
Roaring Fork Falls, Burnsville, NC. Shot 3/11/16. A lovely mossy spot.
Setrock Creek Falls, North Carolina
See Setrock Creek Falls in the Pisgah National Forest in North Carolina. The 100- foot cascade is near the Blue Ridge Parkway, north of Asheville. See photos, hike details and directions at
Sunburst Falls, NC on HWY 215-Bridge built 1937
Falls flows through bridge on Highway 215 in North Carolina about 4 miles from intersection with the Blue Ridge Parkway. Bridge was built in 1937. Small pull off to park on opposite side of falls. Short steep walk to bottom of falls.
Mountain Brook-Crabtree Falls, Little Switzerland, NC 28749
Minutes from Little Switzerland, upscale gated community that is surrounded by the Pisgah National Forest and Crabtree Falls National park featuring the 75 foot Crabtree Falls. (accessible directly from the community). Gorgeous mountain views (parkway is viewable from sections of the community) 3 trout ponds, and common areas throughout the community. Upscale...
Charlie at Curtis Creek Campground NC
We met Charlie while camping in North Carolina. He is an independent American from Jonesburough Tennessee camping around the U.S. Charlie was a source for information of the area which we constantly relied on, from where to get our brakes done to what road or campground to go to.
Set Rock Creek Falls, NC
Set Rock Creek Falls at the Black Mountain Campground in Burnsville, NC. It is at the bottom of Mt. Mitchell along the Blue Ridge Parkway. This was taken after heavy rains and the remnants of Hurrican Isaac had come through.
Setrock Creek Falls, Yancey County NC
A short video of my trip to Setrock Creek Falls in Yancey County, NC near the South Toe River, on January 8 & 9, 2012. Setrock Creek Falls is located off of South Toe River Rd in Yancey County, near Mount Mitchell. It is approximately 75 feet tall and is a multi-level waterfall with an easy trail to the base of the falls. It is an easy 10-15 hike that begins at Black Mountain Campground and is easy to access by families, children, etc.
Blue Ridge Parkway- Down Route 80 North Carolina
The Blue Ridge Parkway was closed so we had to cut back and go down the mountains and take Route 80 in North Carolina. Awesome road! This was one of the only times I did not have my HD Hero Cam, FML!
CampgroundViews.com - Mount Mitchell State Park Campground Burnsville North Carolina NC
Mount Mitchell State Park Campground in Burnsville North Carolina is the highest peak east of the Mississippi at 6,684 feet with dramatic views for hundreds of miles in to the distance. This was North Carolina's first state park and provides 9 tent campsites situated along a single hike in access trail. A designated camping area is located at the bottom of the access trail where campers can then shuttle their gear up to the sites. All of the sites are unique, private and afford incredible scenery. The sites have picnic tables and fire rings; they also share a restroom facility. 11 miles of hiking trails meander through the park with trail-heads for hikers, backpackers, and equestrians using trail system on adjacent U.S. Forest Service lands.
There is a main visitor center with restaurant and interpretive displays located down the highway. open seasonally this unique location is a great place to rough it in a tent with a back-country feel only a few steps from your vehicle.
Experienced cyclists can ride the paved highway for a strenuous climb and thrilling descent. Located further up the highway is a lookout point popular for amazing views.
Camping is available May thru October; campers should be prepared for all types of weather conditions.
The campsites are located off Highway 128 which is a spur off the Blue Ridge Highway south of Asheville.
Advanced reservations can be made and are strongly encouraged.
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Black Mountain Campground It's Rainy
50 Black Mountain Campground Road, Burnsville, NC 28714
ROARING CREEK FALLS - Pisgah National Park, NC
Here's a quick video exploring Roaring Creek Falls in the Pisgah National Park near Mount Mitchell. Please subscribe!
Intro photo by Greg Outdoors,
Roaring Fork Creek Falls in the Pisgah National Forest is a long cascade of about 100 ft. (about 50 ft. high) in a very beautiful setting. Located just two miles from the Blue Ridge Parkway via NC Highway 80, it's at the base of Mt. Mitchell and next to the Mount Mitchell Golf Club Resort.
It is along the Mt. Mitchell Scenic Byway and about seven miles from Crabtree Falls. Nearby (2.5-mile drive) is another easy hike to Setrock Creek Falls, so you can quickly see two waterfalls in one trip.
The half-mile hike to the waterfall is easy up a mostly flat forest service road. So it's quick and easy to enjoy! Roaring Fork Creek feeds into the nearby Toe River and the falls is surrounded by rhododendron.
Setrock Creek Falls
This pretty waterfall is adjacent to the Black Mountain Campground near the town of Busick, N.C.. We had it to ourselves on this early February 2012 day.
Sunburst Campground - NC 215 - Pisgah National Forest
Steaks on the grill and car camping at its best prior to a hike. Note Pete's toe shoes in the first few frames.
skating rink in Burnsville NC: American flag
This video was uploaded from an Android phone.
Roaring Fork and Setrock Creek Falls
These 2 waterfalls are fairly close to each other and folks often visit both in the same day. Both waterfalls look their best after a lot of rainfall, so we stopped by this past week. It's been a wet year in this area so far and we just had a 3 day period of heavy rain.
More info on these waterfalls can be found on my page here -