The Bridge To Nowhere In The Middle Of The North Carolina Woods Will Capture Your Imagination
In the middle of the still woodsy parts of the Roanoke Rapids/Weldon neck of the Tar Heel State, wanderers on a certain trail will stumble upon a stunning bridge to nowhere in North Carolina. If you’ve yet to discover the Roanoke Canal Trail, you’re in for a striking and completely unexpected surprise. So, if you’re up for an adventure, I invite you to read more about the exciting time you’ll have while hiking in North Carolina.
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If you plan to extend your time while you’re in the area, I suggest you check out this historic North Carolina town, too.
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What are some of the best places to go hiking in North Carolina?
Along with heading to the bridge to nowhere, here are some of the best places to go hiking in North Carolina:
- Looking Glass Rock Trail: Discover jaw-dropping views of the Blue Ridge Mountains when you hike this intermediate-level hike in Pisgah National Forest.
- Shining Creek Path to Little East Fork Trail: This challenging and popular dog-friendly trail spans 17 miles and is open throughout the year.
- Company Mill Loop: This moderate-level hike is just under 6 miles and a convenient day trip if you're based in Raleigh.
- Cliffs of the Neuse Longleaf Trail: Enjoy the picturesque scenery as you stroll along this easy out-and-back trail that's just over a mile.
If you'd like to know more, take a look at our previous coverage for information about these and other hiking trails in North Carolina.
What are some of the best waterfall hikes in North Carolina?
Here are some of the best waterfall hikes in North Carolina:
- Triple Falls Trail in Pisgah Forest: Be prepared to be wowed as you set off on this short and easy looped trail leading to an impressive waterfall.
- Crabtree Falls Trail off the Blue Ridge Parkway: Your leashed dog is welcome to join you on this stunning 2.7-mile waterfall hike.
- High Shoals Falls Trail near Connellys Spring: You'll need to trek a bit to reach this jaw-dropping waterfall on this looped trail.
- Hooker Falls Trail near Hendersonville: It'll only take half a mile to reach this charming waterfall on this easy hike.