Tuckasegee River Greenway
The One-mile There-and-back Trail Starts Crossing A Large Footbridge, Winds Around A Scenic Stretch Of The Tuckasegee River And Offers Runners, Walkers And Cyclists Recreational Opportunities.
The one-mile there-and-back trail starts crossing a large footbridge, winds around a scenic stretch of the Tuckasegee River and offers runners, walkers and cyclists recreational opportunities. There is a gentle grade and shade provided the entire route, making it perfect for anytime of the day
Directions: The trail has two entrances. To access it from Sylva – turn onto Old Cullowhee Road from N.C. 107 and proceed past Locust Creek and Rolling Green. You’ll see the parking area located on the right. From Cullowhee: the trail starts at the end of Monteith Gap Road.
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