Must-See Places In Blue Ridge Parkway
Blue Ridge is one of the most beautiful places on Earth for mountain lovers and hence, most of the must-see places in this area are mountains and mountain tracks. Read on, pack lightly with your trekking boots and head into the adventure in these National Parks.
Blue Ridge Mountains
The name comes from the blue color that the mountains have when seen from the distance. Trees on the sides of them release isoprene into the atmosphere and the weather does the rest. This mountain chain is one of the best ones in the country to visit with multiple national parks and attractions.
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Pisgah National Forest
This huge national forest (512,758 acres) include mountains (Blue Ridge and Balsam) and you can go hiking, camping, backpacking, and mountain biking. Other activities include hunting and timber harvesting.
Great Smoky Mountains
The amazing diversity of wildlife including plants and animals, the beauty of the ancient mountains and the Appalachian culture remains make this the most visited National Park in the whole USA.
Shenandoah National Park
Anyone said cascading waterfalls and amazing views? As little as 75 miles away from Washington DC, these quiet woods offer tons of fun for all visitors. You can go have a picnic with your family, hike, listen to songbirds, get lost with the deers or just marvel at the sight of the sky-covered night sky. Some visitors just meander along the Skyline Drive and enjoy the fresh air, varied wildlife and huge green space of the protected lands.
Hiking, trekking or just walking around in places with that many trees and nature can make you feel amazing; there are few things for human body like clean mountain air. Get your comfortable shoes and enjoy the best mountains in the US.
Hi there and thanks for visiting my blog. I am an avid traveller, cyclist and hiker. I have always been enthusiastic about travelling since I was young; however, I decided to venture fully as a nature tourist in 2014.