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Spring/summer 2012 hiking in the area........

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Spring/summer 2012 hiking in the area........

Hello everyone:

I'd like to request suggestions concerning the are

where I should park my RV and take daily hikes and visit small town

in the area.Kindly advice about RV parks you have enjoyed.WM or

other places for suppies are appreciated.Looking forward to your

replies..........Dante.

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1. Re: Spring/summer 2012 hiking in the area........

Pisgah Forest covers a huge area about ½ million acres. Where you park your RV depends where you want to hike. I enjoyed every area listed in the link below.

http://hikewnc.info/trailheads/pisgah/

You can camp near Pisgah Inn but your choices are almost endless. www.recreation.gov/campgroundDetails.do…

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2. Re: Spring/summer 2012 hiking in the area........

Dante, April could be a fine time to hike. All depends on weather. In higher elevation could still be snow if it is there at all this winter. Some sections of the Blue Ridge Parkway might still be closed. I hike often alone but not in NC after a few years back two hikers were murdered on a trail in Pisgah Forest near Brevard. I wouldn't recommend hiking alone in unfamiliar area but that goes for every place not just Pisgah Forest. There are hiking clubs. Google Asheville and Brevard. I know several people who hike with groups in these two places. Also hiking club from Greenville, SC sometimes hikes in Pisgah NF.

Edited: 28 October 2011, 14:55
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