Wet Camp Gap Trail

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.

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