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The Glen Burney trailhead is just steps away from Main Street in Blowing Rock. It's a beautiful hike through heavily wooded and sometimes rocky and steep terrain, but don't let that dissuade you from giving it a try. I'm in my mid-60s and handled it with no problem. Well worth the effort!
I did this hike this morning. The best thing is, you don't have to drive up to the Blue Ridge Parkway; the parking lot is right in Blowing Rock. You can walk to it if you are in Blowing Rock. It's a warm July day and I liked that the hike was just about 100% shady--a lovely woods of tall... 更多
This was our second time on this trail. Its pretty easy and we enjoyed how close it is to town. It can get busy on the trail on holidays and weekends.
Really nice hike that starts in the heart of Blowing Rock. Trailhead is steps from the parking deck in Blowing Rock. You have to walk past a sewage treatment pump right at the beginning of the hike which is the only negative part of the experience. Once you get 100 paces or so past that you are on a great... 更多
We love this hike. Right in town so easy to access and go. We've done this in the rain, during sunshine, summer when hot and winter when icy. it never disappoints. For our 6 year old, we were able to do the entire thing in under 2 hours. It is an out and back that is downhill at the beginning.... 更多
This trail is not for the faint of heart. It has a lot of steps going up and down with stones and narrow paths and ends with some interesting views of falls and water flowing - not of mountains. Kids seems to like this trail, and there were a lot of hikers with dogs when we visited. Overall I had... 更多
This is quite a nice hike down into a canyon and back. Hiking to the end (all downhill) and back (all uphill!) is about 3.2 miles in total and takes about 1.5 hrs. It is a great workout and we worked up a sweat even on a cool breezy April day. But the views are worth it!