This Beautiful Boardwalk Trail In North Carolina Is The Most Unique Hike Around

The only true coastal forest in the East is located along the North Carolina coast. It’s bordered by water on three sides and includes a segment of the challenging North Carolina Mountains To Sea Trail, a statewide hike that encompasses nearly 1200 miles. A segment of the trail is located in the Croatan National Forest and is one of the most unique hikes in all of North Carolina. Take a look:

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More information about the entire 69.1-mile Neusiok Trail & Cedar Island segment of the Mountains to Sea Trail can be found on the official website of the Friends of the Mountain to Sea Trail. This segment of the trail is open year-round.

Think you’re ready for the entire Mountains to Sea trail? Get the scoop in this previous article.