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Summer on The Cherohala Skyway

The Cherohala Skyway is one of most popular National Scenic Byways in North America and winds through the Cherokee National Forest in East Tennessee and the Nantahala National Forest in North Carolina.

Summer on The Cherohala Skyway

The Cherohala Skyway is one of most popular National Scenic Byways in North America and winds through the Cherokee National Forest in East Tennessee and the Nantahala National Forest in North Carolina.

The World's 18 Strangest Roadways: Gallery

The World's 18 Strangest Roadways: Gallery

Amazing view from Cherohala Skyway by Emma McCarty on Facebook

Amazing view from Cherohala Skyway by Emma McCarty on Facebook

Along The Cherohala Skyway: The Great Smoky Mountains: North Carolina State Line

Along The Cherohala Skyway: The Great Smoky Mountains: North Carolina State Line

This looks beautiful for a road trip, The Cherohala Skyway. What do you think?

This looks beautiful for a road trip, The Cherohala Skyway.

The Cherohala Skyway is one of most popular National Scenic Byways in North America and winds through the Cherokee National Forest in East Tennessee and the Nantahala National Forest in North Carolina.

Meanderthals | Fodderstack Trail to Bob Stratton Bald, Nantahala National Forest

Bob Stratton Bald via Connector Nantahala National Forest

The Cherohala Skyway crosses through the Cherokee and Nantahala National Forests thus the name “Chero…hala”. The Skyway is becoming well known in motorcycling and sportscar circles for it’s long, sweeping corners, scenic views and cool summer breezes. For the brochure - http://www.grahamcountytravel.com/brochures/Cherohala/index.html

The Cherohala Skyway crosses through the Cherokee and Nantahala National Forests thus the name “Chero…hala”. The Skyway is becoming well known in motorcycling and sportscar circles for it’s long, sweeping corners, scenic views and cool summer breezes. For the brochure - http://www.grahamcountytravel.com/brochures/Cherohala/index.html

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Cherokee Alphabet Black Bear - photo by Brent Moore [SeeMidTN.com (aka Brent)], via Flickr;  In and around Western North Carolina in Cherokee areas are several different Black Bear statues painted with different themes. This one was located near the eastern end of the Cherhola Skyway and Robbinsville, NC.

In and around Western North Carolina in Cherokee areas are several different Black Bear statues painted with different themes. This one was located near the eastern end of the Cherhola Skyway and Robbinsville, NC.

Tail of the Dragon

The beautiful Cherohala Skyway!

"In every walk with nature, one receive far more than he seeks." - This John Muir quote reminds us of Huckleberry Knob off the Cherohala Skyway, around mile marker 8. There is a parking area here, with good information on the trail that follows an old Forest Service road that goes through grassy areas and through a wooded patch to its terminus near the summit. From the parking area you will head north over Oak Knob to the Huckleberry summit. The round trip is roughly 2.4 miles.

"In every walk with nature, one receive far more than he seeks." - This John Muir quote reminds us of Huckleberry Knob off the Cherohala Skyway, around mile marker 8. There is a parking area here, with good information on the trail that follows an old Forest Service road that goes through grassy areas and through a wooded patch to its terminus near the summit. From the parking area you will head north over Oak Knob to the Huckleberry summit. The round trip is roughly 2.4 miles.

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