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Favorite Fly Fishing Spots on the WNC Fly Fishing Trail®

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Favorite Fly Fishing Spots on the WNC Fly Fishing Trail®

The picturesque Western North Carolina Fly Fishing Trail® in Jackson County, North Carolina, features three Mountain Heritage Trout Streams, offering some of the best trout waters to fish in the state and the Southeast. The trail boasts more than 4,600 miles of water and is the first and only fly fishing trail in the country. Whether this is your first time fly fishing or you are a seasoned angler, here is a list of some of the favorite spots to cast a line in Jackson County.

Discover Jackson County for Your Next Romantic Retreat

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Discover Jackson County for Your Next Romantic Retreat

Looking for an off-the-grid retreat or a romantic weekend in nature this Valentine’s Day? With 494 miles of untouched nature, mountain beauty and culture, the towns of Jackson, Co. North Carolina offer the perfect setting to experience just that. With a number of romantic lodging options, outdoor adventures and local artisans and crafters, couples to the area are sure to have a one-of-a-kind experience.

A Guide to the 9 Highest Peaks in Jackson County (and How to Hike them All)

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A Guide to the 9 Highest Peaks in Jackson County (and How to Hike them All)

In western North Carolina’s Jackson County, the Blue Ridge Mountains tumble into the Smokies in a series of soaring peaks. Featuring both the Great Balsam and Plott Balsam mountains—two of the loftiest ranges in the entire Appalachian chain—Jackson County is a peak-laden paradise for summit seekers, loaded with southern ‘sixers’ (summits over 6,000-feet in elevation). Here’s a list of the mountain-adorned county’s loftiest summits—and how to tackle them.

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