Year of the Trail in North Carolina – Featured Trails in January and the Future Bernard Mountain Trail

View of mountains from a distance in the wintertime with bare trees

This year is North Carolina’s Year of the Trail, celebrating all kinds of trails and all the good things about them. And all year long, we’re sharing our favorite trails in the greater Asheville area, focusing on those within an hour of the Inn on Mill Creek B&B, as well as new trails coming to our neck of the woods.

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Catawba Falls Trail Improvements Happening in 2022

Catawba Falls in Springtime

Catawba Falls in Pisgah National Forest has become one of the most-loved waterfall hikes around here, and with it being the closest waterfall to the Inn on Mill Creek B&B, it is for sure appreciated by our nature loving guests. That’s why we want to share that the trail is currently undergoing improvements by the U.S. Forest Service and is slated to reopen in Spring of 2023.

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New Trails Coming to Old Fort, NC

Great news for lovers of the outdoors: Plans are underway to construct several miles of trails in our neighborhood of Pisgah National Forest in Old Fort, North Carolina, and to improve on existing trails! We are super excited about this news because it means there will be even more opportunities for our fellow Old Fort residents and our guests at the Inn on Mill Creek Bed & Breakfast to enjoy getting out in nature.

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2020 Fall Color Report for the North Carolina Mountains, Week 6

Hundreds of leaves covering the ground in late fall with some red maple leaves standing out

Time to file our final fall color report for 2020! Hurricane Zeta brought some decent wind gusts that took down most of the fully changed leaves in our neighborhood of Pisgah National Forest late last week, but color remains at a few places nearby.

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2019 Fall Color Report for the North Carolina Mountains, Week 8

It’s our final week of fall color reports for 2019 and there are still plenty of oranges and reds in the landscape here around Asheville as we head into the late fall season, thanks to Mother Nature delaying the start of the color show this year. And some areas just south of us are at peak now, so even going further into November, leaves will be changing depending on where you go.

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Repairs to Point Lookout Trail Begin May 31, 2016

The greenway closest to the Inn on Mill Creek, Point Lookout Trail, is getting some much-needed repairs soon! This means that the trail will be closed during the summer of 2016, but the work being done will provide long-term benefits, which is great news because this is a favorite trail for our guests.

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