A Long Weekend in Asheville (Part 3)
Welcome back to the third (and final!) post about my long weekend in Asheville. So far I've shared where we stayed and our day in Lake Lure, and the day that we explored downtown Asheville (featuring lots of breweries). On our final full day, we got out into nature and got to visit a true mountain town. Let's get into it!
Once again, we started our day with a hike. I love getting to hiking spots early in the morning, because the weather is usually nicer and the trails are less crowded! One of my goals for this trip was to do a waterfall hike and a summit hike- and today I got to cross off the second one (don't worry..we'll get to the waterfall later!).
Exploring Black Mountain
Lookout Brewing Company
Relaxing at the Cabin
One Last Hike...
We left first thing in the morning after saying one last goodbye to our beautiful view and cabin. We got to make a final stop at Catawba Falls for a little hike before our drive home. This is a very popular hike and it's easy to see why- the falls are so beautiful and the hike itself is very easy and family friendly. It also has a really big lot and was packed by the time we headed out! I would definitely recommend stopping by here- a lot of my friends say this is their favorite hike- but weekday mornings are probably the best time to check it out and not have to dodge people the entire time.