Linville Gorge Area-Milepost 3122

Linville Falls, North Carolina 28647

Linville Gorge Area-Milepost 3122

Linville Gorge Area-Milepost 312.2 Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"Hawksbill is the less-jagged summit of the prominent duo of peaks, Table Rock and Hawksbill, that dominate the skyline of Linville Gorge. It has a sloping, rocky crest and low vegetation that permits expansive views.

It also offers relative privacy, at least compared with Table Rock. This hike also avoids an additional 5-mile drive on steep, winding, and dusty roads to Table Rock. Views include Table Rock itself and the cliffs and crags that make this a world- class rock-climbing site."

Linville Gorge Area-Milepost 312.2 Trip Reports

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1/7/2019
Beautiful January day to hike this trail. Muddy spots but we’re expected with our recent rains. Great experience. I would rate as semi-strenuous trail. There were steep spots requiring quick breaks to catch breathe.
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Trail Information

Linville Falls
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
1.4-11.2 miles
Distance
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Moderate to Difficult
Skill Level
The Blue Ridge Parkway 199 Hemphill Knob Road Asheville, NC 28803-8686 (828) 271-4779 (828) 298-0398
Local Contacts
USGS Linville Falls and Ashford. The best map is the USDA Forest Service map of the Linville Gorge Wilderness: www.nationalforestmapstore.com/category-s/1844.htm
Local Maps

Trail Log