Wet Camp Gap Trail
A Favorite Blueberry-picking Destination, The Well-established Trail Takes About 30 Minutes Each Way.
Wet Camp Gap is a long, grassy gap in Rich Mountain. The 1.33-mile hike from the parking area to the Gap is an easy one with only a 60-foot elevation change along the way. Hikers may want to extend their trips a half-mile west to Gage Bald. One of several peaks over 5,500 feet on Rich Mountain ridge, Gage offers a view down Caney Fork Valley toward Cullowhee. Click here to view/download the Wet Camp Gap Trail topographic map.
Leave No Trace — Seven Principles
1. Plan Ahead and Prepare
2. Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces
3. Dispose of Waste Properly
4. Leave What You Find
5. Minimize Campfire Impacts
6. Respect Wildlife
7. Be Considerate of Other Visitors
For more details, visit www.lnt.org
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