Fall Hikes on the Blue Ridge Parkway: 7 Stunning Trails

The Blue Ridge Parkway is a 469-mile road that connects the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in North Carolina to the Shenandoah National Park in Virginia.

Graveyard Fields is a high-elevation valley that has a unique landscape of grassy meadows, streams, and waterfalls.

Graveyard Fields


Rough Ridge is a rocky ridge that overlooks the Grandfather Mountain and the Linn Cove Viaduct.

Rough Ridge


Craggy Gardens is a high-elevation area that has a diverse flora and fauna. It is known for its rhododendron and mountain laurel blooms in spring and summer.

Craggy Gardens


Black Balsam Knob is one of the highest peaks on the Parkway, at 6,214 feet above sea level.

Black Balsam Knob


Linville Falls is one of the most impressive waterfalls on the Parkway, as it drops 90 feet into a deep gorge.

Linville Falls


Crabtree Falls is another beautiful waterfall on the Parkway, as it cascades 70 feet over a rocky cliff.

Crabtree Falls


Mabry Mill is one of the most iconic landmarks on the Parkway, as it is an old grist mill that dates back to 1910.

Mabry Mill


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