The Hike To This Pretty Little North Carolina Waterfall Is Short And Sweet

When most visitors seeking out a famous North Carolina waterfall head to Linville Falls, they’re so focused upon seeing the majestic waterfall known for having the highest volume of water of any of the falls in the Blue Ridge Mountains that they bypass another waterfall entirely. But there’s a side trail, only 0.2 mile long that leads to a gorgeous little waterfall set among lush, green surroundings. It’s a moss-covered oasis you’ll not want to miss the next time you’re at Linville Falls Visitor Center.

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The Linville Falls Visitor Center is found at milepost 316.5 on the Blue Ridge Parkway. Turn onto Linville Falls Road and drive to the Visitor’s Center parking lot. The entrance to this trail is in the upper corner of the parking lot. More information about Duggers Creek Falls trail can be found at this link on alltrails.com.

Address: Linville Falls Road, Newland, NC 28657. Milepost 316.5 on the Blue Ridge Parkway.

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