Climb to a rock outcropping high on the mountain or visit a 1890s farm where settlers scratched out a living in the rocky soil.
Picnic by the river then stroll across the pedestrian bridge to explore the canal lock.
Hike to the summit of Sharp Top Mountain or end your day with a stay at Peaks of Otter Lodge.
Venture into the backcountry in this rugged part of the Parkway.
Have a picnic and watch a cultural demonstration at this historic, working mill.
Dance and sing along during music events or learn about the history of music in the Appalachians.
Step back in time with a tour of Brinegar Cabin or stretch your legs on Doughton Park's trails.
Explore historic Flat Top Manor and wander old carriage trails at Moses Cone's estate.
Rent a canoe to glide on Price Lake or hike and picnic around it.
Drive along the Linn Cove Viaduct or take a hike to see the area from a new perspective.
Take a hike to rushing waterfalls and stop to smell the native wildflowers along the way.
Discover the minerals that make mountains and chat with a ranger.
Spend a night under the stars and listen for the waterfall nearby.
Hike to see wildflowers, fall leaves, and panoramic views.
Watch the artisans at work and tour a modern folk art gallery.
Chat with a ranger to plan your trip and watch the Parkway's orientation film.
Reach new heights in the high country and catch a bite to eat at Mt. Pisgah Inn's restaurant.
Take in a sunrise or sunset at the parkway’s highest visitor center.
Last updated: July 27, 2017
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