Long loop through a mixed forest
Buncombe Trail, which is also open to equestrians, fords several creeks many times. Although most of the time hikers can cross the creeks without getting wet at all, you might want to consider bringing an extra set of clothes in case the water level is high.
Hike the trail counterclockwise from Brick House Campground. Around 4.25 miles into the hike, the inner loop splits off to the left, heading through a forest for 5 miles before reaching the campground again. Bear right to stay on the main loop, which parallels I-26 for a time before turning back into the forest at a sign with a lowercase â€œiâ€ on it. After leaving I-26, the trail follows along FS 361 until it meets FS 356, at which point another shortcut trail branches off to the left. The main trail follows FS 356 back to the campground.
Directions: Google Directions
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|Miles||Trail Name||Short Description|
|45||Long Cane Trail||Long hiking loop that passes through Long Cane Scenic Area|
|49||Parsons Mountain||Loop trail up Parsons Mountain and around its lake|
|49||Turkey Creek Trail||Peaceful creekside trail|
|52||Lick Fork Lake||Hiking loop along Lick Fork Creek and Lick Fork Lake|
|53||Peachtree Rock Trail||Hike to two interesting rock formations via two short loop trails|