Roaring Fork Creek Falls Trail is a hiking trail in Yancey County, North Carolina. It is 250 feet long and begins at 2,975 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.1 miles with a total elevation gain of 30 feet. The trail ends near the Roaring Fork Falls waterfall.
Roaring Fork Creek Falls Trail Professional Reviews and Guides
"Roaring Fork is in the Appalachian District of Pisgah National Forest and eventually flows into the South Toe River. The trailhead is at the entrance to the Busick Work Center, a U.S. Forest Service workplace that also houses tools and equipment."
--Nicole Blouin, Steve Bordonaro, & Marilou Wier Bordonaro, Waterfalls of the Blue Ridge: A Hiking Guide to the Cascades of the Blue Ridge Mountains (Menasha Ridge Press).
"The tall, narrow Roaring Fork Falls is outstanding! Brilliant green moss covers the rocks that form the falls, as the water tap dances from one tier to the next. To reach this beauty, you’ll be following a wide grassy forest road for most of the way. The road gently climbs before heading into the forest. When you reach the falls, the dogs enjoy climbing on the rocks in the creek, while you sit upon streamside stones and take in the scenery."
--Melissa Watson, Best Dog Hikes North Carolina (Falcon Guides).
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