The Boone Area-Boone Greenway

Boone, North Carolina

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The fully accessible paved trail is mostly flat as it follows and crosses the South Fork of the New River through open meadows and colorful forests to and the sound of rippling water. There’s also a historic ruin, plentiful benches, picnic tables and shelters, as well as interpretive signing, great bird watching, flower viewing, and evidence of wildlife.
Hiking North Carolina

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Hiking North Carolina

by Randy Johnson (Falcon Guides)

The fully accessible paved trail is mostly flat as it follows and crosses the South Fork of the New River through open meadows and colorful forests to and the sound of rippling water.

There’s also a historic ruin, plentiful benches, picnic tables and shelters, as well as interpretive signing, great bird watching, flower viewing, and evidence of wildlife.

© 2016 Randy Johnson/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Birding, Hiking
Nearby City: Boone
Distance: 5.4
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Local Contacts: Watauga County Parks and Recreation Complex, 231 Complex Dr., Boone 28607; (828) 264-9511
Local Maps: USGS Boone. Visit the town of Boone website (townofboone.net) and click “Town Parks & Greenways” to download a greenway map. Or grab a map at the Watauga County Parks and Recreation Complex.
Driving Directions: Directions to The Boone Area-Boone Greenway

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