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The Mountain-to-Sea Trail hiking project, when completed, will stretch seven hundred miles from the Great Smoky Mountains to Nags Head.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 59 Issue 12, May 1992, p19-22, il
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25515
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As North Carolina State Parks turns 100, tourism has grown from 4.2 million visitors in 1972 to 15 million visitors in 2015. The state parks system includes 41 parks and covers 225,537 acres.
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27215
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Many residents near Cane Creek reservoir passionately oppose the Mountains-to-Sea Trail coming through Orange Water and Sewer Authority land near their properties. Reasons to their opposition are invasion of privacy, potential safety hazards, and spoiling of natural habitat. The Orange County Board of Commissioners will consider alternative routes for the trail.
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Indy Week (NoCar Oversize AP 2 .I57), Vol. 33 Issue 26, June 2016, p10, il Periodical Website
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29596
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Holloway Meadow Loop is one of the Mountains-to-Sea Trail’s few loop hikes. This loop trail is located near Blowing Rock, North Carolina and is a little over two miles long. Along the trail, there are rhododendrons, white pines, grassy meadows, and two bridges.
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The second installment in a three-part series about the Mountains-To-Sea Trail focuses on North Carolina’s Piedmont Region, which unlike its Mountain neighbor, is still taking shape. The ability to complete the trail will depend largely on private landowners and their willingness to allow trail easements across their property.
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31131
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North Carolina’s Mountains-To-Sea Trail runs from the Great Smoky Mountains to Jockey’s Ridge State Park on the Atlantic Ocean, and is popular among hikers, bicyclers, and horseback riders. The rivers, creeks and sounds of the Coastal Plain Paddling Trails offer interesting outdoor excursions and camping for canoers and kayakers. The Rail-Trails are abandoned railroad corridors that have been converted into trails.
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Carolina Country (NoCar HD 9688 N8 C38x), Vol. 35 Issue 4, Apr 2003, p16-17, por, map Periodical Website