Craggy Pinnacle Trail is a beautiful hiking trail in Asheville, North Carolina. The scenery there is something you’d see in a fairy tale movie or a picture-perfect postcard.
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While hiking there, visitors can discover long-range views, twisting trees, and fields overflowing with wonderful flowers. One of the coolest places people love and talk about is walking through the mysterious pathways of the misty tree tunnels.
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The hiking pathway difficulty has been identified as moderate with a total distance of about 1.4 miles roundtrip, according to Romantic Asheville. It is free to visit and there is free parking at Milepost 364 on the Blue Ridge Parkway.
To access the Craggy Pinnacle trail, visitors need to pass the Visitor Center at the north of Blue Ridge Parkway and park at the Craggy Dome parking lot. You’ll start the trail going through a thick forest with rare plants and giant trees everywhere.
As you make your way through the forest you’ll soon reach an overlook that gives you a panoramic view of rocky mountains. Once you reach the summit, visitors will have unbeatable mountain views of the Pisgah National Forest.
Watch the video below to see footage of what it would be like to hike the trail!