248 pp., 6 x 9, 40 color plates, 41 maps, 1 table, appends., index
eBook ISBN: 978-1-4696-5486-7
Published: February 2020
Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4696-5485-0
Published: March 2020
Buy this Book
- 40 hikes carefully chosen to appeal to hikers of all experience levels
- Helpful hike finder feature to identify the perfect hikes for birding, waterfalls, history, universal accessibility, and more
- Turn-by-turn guidance and key points of interest for each hike
- Full-color maps and photographs
- Helpful information about the trail's history and ongoing development
About the Authors
Friends of the Mountains-to-Sea Trail is a nonprofit organization that brings together communities and volunteers to build, maintain, and improve the Mountains-to-Sea Trail.
For more information about Friends of the Mountains-to-Sea Trail, visit the Author Page.
Jim Grode is the trail resource manager for Friends of the Mountains-to-Sea Trail.
For more information about Jim Grode, visit the Author Page.
“This newest guidebook presents a greatest hits for North Carolina’s flagship hiking trail by the people who collectively know the trail the best. . . . The Friends chose a balance of settings - wilderness, farmland, small towns and cities - with selections geared toward all levels of experience.”--Winston-Salem Journal
“Meticulously organized and user friendly—whether those friends are new to outdoor treks or seasoned hikers. Offering 40 hikes that are grouped and move through the three geographical regions of the state, each detailed journey is a self-contained adventure including a hike summary with notes such as degree of difficulty and trail type, hike overview, driving directions, hike directions, and full-color maps and photos.”--Mountain Times
“The book features 40 hikes carefully chosen to appeal to hikers of all experience levels—and I mean all experiences. . . . The book showcases what is beyond Black Mountain Campground. It features historic and natural features which will interest those who love WNC but have never explored beyond Mt. Mitchell. . . . To help hikers, there are turn-by-turn guidance, full-color maps and photographs.”--Hiker to Hiker
"Well organized and easy to use, this guide fills a niche that has long needed filling."--Leonard Adkins, author of Hiking and Traveling the Blue Ridge Parkway