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Montreat : que faire

Les meilleures recommandations des habitants

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Boutique de souvenirs
“Handmade treasures. good for souvenirs! Nothing says "thank you for watching my cat while I was staying in the best airbnb ever" like a lamp from Africa. Actually, a lot of things say it better but lamps are nice.”
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Trail
“An easy driving distance from Asheville, through quaint Black Mountain is this mountain/trail. Approximately 1.5 mile total out and back to gorgeous 180 views of mountain ranges. It starts out uphill and the last short bit is quite a boulder scramble but definitely worth the fun effort. ”
  • Recommandé par 12 habitants
Playground
“Awesome playground for kids. Tons of creeks to splash in. Bring creek shoes and prepare to get wet!”
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Health
“More than 40 miles of trails are maintained by the Montreat Conference Center. They’re no secret, but there is enough room to get away from the crowds. There are great views to be had from a rock outcropping on Lookout Mountain. The way up for normal people is to take the easy, 1.8-mile Rainbow Road trail, then climb steeply for about 1,000 feet on Lookout Trail. Those who think using a StairMaster is a fun workout can get there more directly by starting at the bottom of Lookout Trail and climbing for roughly 0.4 miles. Combine the two routes for a loop. Old Mitchell Toll Road is a roadbed used by tourists decades ago to drive from Black Mountain to Mount Mitchell, with grades easy enough for a Model T. The classic Montreat hike is the 8.8-mile round trip on Graybeard Trail to the summit of Graybeard Mountain at 5,408 feet in elevation. Getting there. Take N.C. 9 north from Interstate 40. Navigating. A small but useful map of the trail system is available at the “Wilderness” section of montreat.org. Area outfitters sell an excellent “Black Mountain” map put out by Pisgah Map Co. with much more detailed trail information.”
  • Recommandé par 7 habitants
School
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Parc
“The Nature Center is wonderful for children and adults alike. You can see well treated animals, reptiles , in a zoo type setting.”
  • Recommandé par 5 habitants
Route
“Located in Montreat, Lookout Road has a number of hiking trails - my favorite (and the most popular) is Lookout Point. ”
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Route
“This is a long and moderate level trail but the views are worth it! Trail maps are available upon request from Corey.”
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Locality
“We love Montreat. The creek, the play ground and the hiking. Our favorite is lookout. Gorgeous views. A little steep and rocky in one part but not terribly difficult. Cute shops there as well. Check out the visitors center there to get maps for their trails. ”
  • Recommandé par 19 habitants
Route
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Natural Feature
“Beautiful small lake nestled in the woods in Montreat NC, explore the paved trails through Montreat and the beautiful architecture of the college campus.”
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Trail
“There and back trail, 8-9 miles total, intermediate difficulty. Follows creek with some crossings. Ends at the top of Graybeard Mountain with epic views of the Black Mountains, including Mt. Mitchell. Hardest at the beginning and very end. Dedicate several hours to this wonderful hike.”
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Lodging
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Street Address
“In Black Mountain - A great place for kids. Creative playground equipment, and the creek runs through it gently. You can also access hiking trails from here.”
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Route
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