Asheville Hiking Clubs

Asheville Hiking ClubsAsheville, North Carolina is known for its beautiful mountains and hiking trails. For those looking to meet others interested in hiking, there are several hiking clubs in the Asheville area.

Carolina Mountain Club

Advertising itself as the, “oldest hiking and trail maintenance club in western North Carolina,” the Carolina Mountain Club offers half-day and full-day hikes on Saturdays, Sundays and Wednesdays.

Sierra Club of Western North Carolina

Part of the larger Sierra Club organization, the Sierra Club of Western North Carolina also offers day hikes for its members. It also is active politically in conservation efforts in the area. Meetings are held on the fourth Thursday of the month at the Unitarian Church in Asheville.

The Asheville Hiking Meetup Group

This online group has one or two hikes on weekends, with one meeting day during the week to plan. The group is open to all ages and ability levels, as well as to hikers who have dogs.

Hiking With Cameras Meetup Group

Another group based on the Meetup website, the Hiking With Cameras Meetup Group is focused on scenic hikes with photographic opportunities. The trails range from easy to moderately strenuous while stopping frequently along the way to take pictures.

Pisgah Hikers

Located in Brevard, North Carolina, the Pisgah Hikers offer hikes on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Hikes are grouped by difficulty, with Fridays offering the easiest hikes, Mondays more moderate and Wednesdays the hardest hikes.

Article Written By Bill Sassani

Bill Sassani started writing in 2007, contributing to several online publications. He is also the author of "A Backpacker's Guide to Philmont." Sassani holds a B.A. in history from Penn State University and an M.A. in outdoor education from the University of Northern Colorado.

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