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Chinquapin Mountain
Nov 15, 2011 | 0 0 comments | 346 346 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Level of difficulty: Moderate, 700-foot elevation gain.

Driving distance/directions from downtown Highlands, NC: 2.9 miles. Follow Route 106 (Dillard Road) to graveled Glen Falls Road on left, proceed to trailhead.

Parking: Adequate

Hiking distance: 3 miles round trip

Description: Take the trail that bears to the right from Glen Falls trailhead and bulletin board. Be ready to rock-hop over several small streams on the way to the summit, which has a number of rocky overlooks into Blue Valley.

Footnote: Remember how to get back to your vehicle. (Avoid side trail leading to Route 106.)

Hike descriptions adapted from the Highland Hiker’s Guide to Day Hikes. www.HighlandHiker.com
Chinquapin Mountain
Nov 15, 2011 | 6467 views | 0 0 comments | 346 346 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Level of difficulty: Moderate, 700-foot elevation gain.

Driving distance/directions from downtown Highlands, NC: 2.9 miles. Follow Route 106 (Dillard Road) to graveled Glen Falls Road on left, proceed to trailhead.

Parking: Adequate

Hiking distance: 3 miles round trip

Description: Take the trail that bears to the right from Glen Falls trailhead and bulletin board. Be ready to rock-hop over several small streams on the way to the summit, which has a number of rocky overlooks into Blue Valley.

Footnote: Remember how to get back to your vehicle. (Avoid side trail leading to Route 106.)

Hike descriptions adapted from the Highland Hiker’s Guide to Day Hikes. www.HighlandHiker.com
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