Buckhorn Gap

Trail Information Buckhorn Gap Trailhead lies just 2.6 miles off Hwy 276 on Avery Creek Rd. The road is narrow and there is only room for 4 or 5 cars to park. The trail descends about 50 or 60 feet in elevation and follows a contour line just above the creek and is open to … Continue reading Buckhorn Gap

Cedar Rock

Cat Gap Loop

This is actually an easy and quick way to get over 1 thousand feet of vertical. The trailhead begins at the fish hatchery near Brevard, NC. Many campsites are virtually within a few feet of the trail and some are very close to the trailhead along the Davison River. The hike can be clockwise or … Continue reading Cat Gap Loop

Cedar Rock Summit

Park in the Hatchery Parking Lot and begin the Cat Gap Loop trail hiking counter clockwise. You will walk past Picklesimer Fields. Continue on this trail bearing right toward Cat Gap at the intersection of the shortcut cut-off trail.  When you get to Cat Gap, turn sharply to the right on the Art Loeb. In about … Continue reading Cedar Rock Summit

Chimney Rock State Park

Trails Four Seasons Trail: 1.54 Miles Round TripWoodland Trail from lower parking lot to main parking lot – Elevation Gain: 354′ Hickory Nut Falls Trail: 2.06 Miles Round TripBranches off Four Seasons Trail to bottom of 400′ waterfall – Elevation Gain: 417′ Visitor’s Parking Lot to Exclamation Point: 1.1 Miles RT – Elevation Gain: 558′ Skyline Trail: 2.0 Miles … Continue reading Chimney Rock State Park

College “M”

The College "M" trail is a short but steep hike almost within the city limits of Bozeman. It starts at the nose of the Bridger Mountains. It climbs up the first peak to an area where Montana State University students have constructed a large "M" that can be seen for miles. The view of Bozeman … Continue reading College “M”