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National Forests in North Carolina, where gentle mountain slopes stretch for miles, with gardens of magenta rhododendron, salt marshes that connect to the sea, and lakes surrounded by pine forests.  Every year 7 million people visit these forests to camp, hike, mountain bike, hunt, fish, take scenic drives or enjoy the forest's solitude.

National Forests in North Carolina, where gentle mountain slopes stretch for miles, with gardens of magenta rhododendron, salt marshes that connect to the sea, and lakes surrounded by pine forests.  Every year 7 million people visit these forests to camp, hike, mountain bike, hunt, fish, take scenic drives or enjoy the forest's solitude.

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Picture of North Carolina - Nantahala National Forest - Cheoah, and Tusquitee Ranger District
North Carolina - Nantahala National Forest - Cheoah, and Tusquitee Ranger District
The Cheoah Ranger District has 120,110 acres in Graham and Swain Counties, and it is headquartered in Robbinsville, North Carolina. The district's name, Cheoah, is the Cherokee word for "otter," because the lands adjoin four large mountain reservoirs and contain numerous streams. The Appalachian Trail winds through the Cheoah Ranger District after leaving the Nantahala Ranger District on its way to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The district also contains the Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest and part of the Joyce Kilmer-Slickrock Wilderness.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of North Carolina - Croatan National Forest - Croatan District
North Carolina - Croatan National Forest - Croatan District
The Croatan National Forest's 161,000 acres of land offer an exciting variety of opportunities. You can camp under the pines, canoe past giant cypress trees hung with Spanish moss, or stroll boardwalks over a salt marsh. The Croatan's wide diversity of ecosystems ranges from freshwater pocosins to longleaf pine savannas to salt marsh. With such an array of habitats, it's no surprise that the Croatan is home to a variety of wildlife: waterfowl, wading birds, deer, bear, snakes, and alligators.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of North Carolina - Nantahala National Forest - Nantahala Ranger District
North Carolina - Nantahala National Forest - Nantahala Ranger District
Welcome to the Nantahala National Forest. This forest lies in the mountains and valleys of southwestern North Carolina. Elevations in the Nantahala National Forest range from 5,800 feet at Lone Bald in Jackson County to 1,200 feet in Cherokee County along Hiwassee River below Appalachian Lake Dam.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of North Carolina - Pisgah National Forest - Grandfather, Toecane Ranger District
North Carolina - Pisgah National Forest - Grandfather, Toecane Ranger District
Welcome to the Pisgah National Forest. The Grandfather, Toecane and French Broad Ranger Districts are scattered along the eastern edge of the mountains of western North Carolina and offer visitors a variety of opportunities for outdoor recreation, over 600 miles of hiking and nature trails, and scenic views of waterfalls, plants, and flowers. The Pisgah National Forest in western North Carolina is a land of mile-high peaks, cascading waterfalls, and heavily forested slopes. The Pisgah is primarily a hardwood forest and produces some of the best timber in the United States. Many woody plants and vines found on the Pisgah National Forest cannot be found anywhere else in the eastern United States.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of North Carolina - Uwharrie National Forest
North Carolina - Uwharrie National Forest
What is now the Uwharrie National Forest was first purchased by the federal government in 1931 during the Great Depression. The land as known as the Uwharrie Reservation. In 1961, President John F. Kennedy proclaimed federal lands in Montgomery, Randolph, and Davidson Counties as the Uwharrie National Forest, making it one of the youngest and smallest forest (at 50,189 acres) in the National Forest System. Though small, size does not hinder the Uwharrie from providing a wide ranger of natural resources, including clean rivers and streams, diverse vegetation for scenery, wildlife habitat, and wood products, a wide variety of recreational activities, and a natural setting for tourism and economic development.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of North Carolina - Pisgah National Forest - Pisgah Ranger District
North Carolina - Pisgah National Forest - Pisgah Ranger District
The 155,000-acre Pisgah Ranger District is one of three ranger districts that make up the Pisgah National Forest. The district lies south of Asheville and its crossed by the Blue Ridge Parkway. The mountainous Pisgah Ranger District ranges in elevation from 2,000 feet near the French Browad River to the 6,410-foot Richland Balsam Mountain. The Pisgah Ranger District office and visitor center are on U.S. 276 near Brevard.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of North Carolina - Uwharrie National Forest - Birkhead Mountains Wilderness
North Carolina - Uwharrie National Forest - Birkhead Mountains Wilderness
The Birkhead Mountains Wilderness is managed as part of the Uwharrie National Forest in North Carolina. It includes 4,790 acres at the northern end of the Uwharrie Mountains and is made up of sevearl long, wooded ridges and surrounding drainages. Elevations range from 450 feet along some stream bottoms to 950 feet on Cedar Rock Mountain. The moderately steep terrain is marked by rock outcrops and is dissected by several small, clear streams which feed the Uwharrie River. The forest cover is mostly old-growth hardwoods, with some pine and a variety of understory species.
$15.00 excl tax
Picture of North Carolina - Pisgah National Forest - Linville Gorge Wilderness
North Carolina - Pisgah National Forest - Linville Gorge Wilderness
Covering almost 11,800 acres, Linville Gorge Wilderness sits to the east of Mount Mitchell. The wilderness offers rugged and scenic gorges in the East. In addition, its land is laced with trails that wind through the thickets of mountain laurel that descends to the depths of the gorge. The Gorge's rim give awesome views of the Linville River spilling over layered rock.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of North Carolina - Nantahala National Forest - Southern Nantahala & Standing Indian Basin
North Carolina - Nantahala National Forest - Southern Nantahala & Standing Indian Basin
The Southern Nantahala Wilderness is managed as part of the Nantahala National Forest in North Carolina and the Chattahoochee National Forest in Georgia. It includes 24,515 acres at the southern end of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The elevation ranges from 2,400 feet and is characterized by steep, rugged terrain disected by numerous streams and drainages. These streams feed the Nantahala, Tallulah, and Hiwassee Rivers. The forest cover is dense and varies from spruce-fir trees and grass-heath balds along the high ridges to mixed hardwoods. Standing Indian Basin is the horseshoe-shaped drainage formed by the Nantahala and Blue Ridge Mountains. Several prominent peaks over 5,000 feet in elevation -- Alber Mountain, Big Butt, Little Bald, and Standing Indian Mountain -- cap the rim of the drainage. The Nantahala River is born amid its high valleys and bisects the drainage.
$15.00 excl tax
Picture of North Carolina - Pisgah National Forest - Wilson Creek National Wild & Scenic River Trail Guide
North Carolina - Pisgah National Forest - Wilson Creek National Wild & Scenic River Trail Guide
With fantastic vistas, ridges, more than 4,000 feet high, whitewater rapids and trails that travel to spectacular waterfalls, Wilson Creek offers great adventures for hiking, scenic viewing, mountain biking, fishing, camping, horseback riding and backpacking.
$18.00 excl tax