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Best Trails Near Asheville NC

74
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0 - 75 mi
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26
Mountain Biking
19
Hiking
39
Other activities
Asheville has 74 trails in the vicinity, including 26 for mountain biking, 19 hiking trails and 39 for other activities. These trails range from 0.6 to 75 miles in length. The longest trail in Asheville is Blue Ridge Parkway: Asheville to Great Smoky Mountains National Park a well-known trail measuring 75 miles in total length. The most popular trails are Asheville Trails, Chimney Rock State Park and Lake Powhatan Campground. Trails.com member Lexa M. recently completed Blue Ridge Parkway: Asheville to Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
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Like the bulk of Grandfather Mountain, Chimney Rock State Park is a once-privately owned ...
Though I generally don’t like out-and-backs, this one rates up there as a great ride. ...
Lake Powhatan is a nicely developed, well-maintained recreation destination. While it ...
Trace Ridge is one of the must-do classic descents in Pisgah National Forest. It’s the ...
This ride starts out with one of the best single track climbs in Pisgah; all but the last ...
This hike loops through a protected nature preserve where you can enjoy a little bit of ...
A 75-mile paved section of one of the most famous routes in America, following the dramatic ...
Betty Heinous, while not quite in the same league as her big brother Mo’, is a fast, hair-raising ...
Among my favorite hikes, the trail to Skinny Dip Hole Falls not only leads to a spectacular ...
If you like a long warm-up, then want to spice up things a bit, this is a good trail for ...
The Blue Ridge Parkway is an unusual national park. It is linear, stretching 469 miles ...
This downhill should be attempted only by riders who are either very secure in their bike-handling ...
While the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the most-visited national park in the ...
A number of nice trails drop off of South Ridge Road. Here’s the best way to try them ...
Dropping 1,800 feet in 2 miles insists that there’ll be insane amounts of speed over some ...
This is the highest campground on the entire Blue Ridge Parkway, nearly 5,000 feet. And ...
This ride takes you up Slate Rock Creek and past two waterfalls before making a steep ...
Another fine intermediate ride from Bent Creek’s tamer south side. Explorer is a perfect ...
Fake Powhatan is a nicely developed, well-maintained recreation destination. While it ...
Beginning along the French Broad River, this loop rolls over gentle hills through rural ...
Fletcher Creek is a good ride for intermediates to hone their skills on. The long spin ...
This is the highest campground on the entire Blue Ridge Parkway at nearly 5,000 feet. ...
This section of the Blue Ridge Parkway generally runs along the southeastern slopes of ...
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