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Mountaineer Falls Shelter - Appalachian Trail, Tennessee

   

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Activities: hiking and canoeing

Tennessee is a good spot for campers.
Lots of people select this campground for the purpose of being in close proximity to Roan Mountain State Park. Mountaineer Falls Shelter - Appalachian Trail is a top pick with the people of Elk Park.
So many local attractions and such a vast number of things to do are guaranteed to keep you coming back repeatedly. The friendly people working here and the loveliness of the spot are quite striking.
There is so much fun stuff near Mountaineer Falls Shelter - Appalachian Trail, and it's always fun to be at this campground. As if Mountaineer Falls Shelter - Appalachian Trail wasn't sufficient, you can also
 
    go fishing, playing golf, hiking, whitewater paddling, and swimming, so you won’t get bored. You've been indoors for too much time, you have to get out of the house, and Mountaineer Falls Shelter - Appalachian Trail is a good local
 campground if you happen to be in Tennessee.
With 30% of the trails being demanding, and 70% of the 95 acres of ski terrain being easy; there are great trails for any ability at Ski Beech. 7 feet of great snow fall every year on the 830-foot height difference of Ski Beech, the nearby ski hill. Ski Beech has 15 trails and 10 lifts. A class IV-V(V+), 4.8-mile-long whitewater stretch can be found on close by Elk River, the Route 130 to bridge above Sone Mtn Church Tennessee sector. This stretch of Elk River is not a place where learners should come whitewater boating. Unsurprisingly, whitewater boating is fun but dangerous; check circumstances previous to going. The peak of Big Pine
 
Mountain can be distinguished from Mountaineer Falls Shelter - Appalachian Trail. Places like Roan Mountain State Park are great to have a look at; hiking along the Iron Mountain Trail is pleasant fun.  

Jackalope's Mountain Lodge, Banner Elk

7 miles away
  
Beech Mountain Inns, Banner Elk

8 miles away
  
BEST WESTERN Mountain Lodge At Banner Elk, Banner Elk

10 miles away
  
Banner Elk Winery And Villa, Banner Elk

10 miles away


Other campgrounds near Mountaineer Falls Shelter - Appalachian Trail, Tennessee:

   Apple House Shelter - Appalachian Trail, Elk Park, 3 miles away
      
   Moreland Gap Shelter - Appalachian Trail, Roan Mountain, 7 miles away
      
   Overmountain Shelter - Appalachian Trail, Roan Mountain, 7 miles away
      
   Pappy's Marina and Campground, Butler, 8 miles away
      
   Stan Murray Shelter - Appalachian Trail, Roan Mountain, 8 miles away
      
   Roan Mountain State Park, Roan Mountain, 8 miles away
      
   Dennis Cove Campground, Carter County, 9 miles away
      
   Black Bear Resort, Hampton, 10 miles away
      
   Vandeventer Shelter - Appalachian Trail, Elizabethton, 10 miles away
      
   Grandfather Campground and Cabins, Banner Elk, 10 miles away
      

Marinas near Mountaineer Falls Shelter - Appalachian Trail, Tennessee:

   Pioneer Landing Campground, Butler, 6 miles away

   Pappy's Marina and Campground, Butler, 9 miles away

   Lakeshore Marina, Hampton, 10 miles away

   Fish Springs Marina, Hampton, 14 miles away

   Lake View Dock, Bristol, 19 miles away


Paddling Rivers Near Mountaineer Falls Shelter - Appalachian Trail, Tennessee:

   Elk River, Avery (NC) / Carter (TN) County, 2 miles away
      Class IV-V(V+) - 4.8 miles long (Route 130 to bridge above Sone Mtn Church Tennessee)

   Elk River, Carter and Avery County, 2 miles away
      Class IV-V - 5 miles long (Big Falls to Poga Rd)

   Elk River, Carter County, 2 miles away
      Class II-III - 4.3 miles long (Route 2520 to US 321 bridge Close to Elk Mills)

   Elk River, Avery County, 5 miles away
      Class IV-V - 8.4 miles long (Route 1326 to Route 1305)

   Doe River, Carter County, 6 miles away
      Class II-III - 4.6 miles long (Crabtree to Blevins Bridge on Bear Gauge Road)


Public Lands near Mountaineer Falls Shelter - Appalachian Trail, Tennessee:

   Blue Ridge Parkway, Asheville - NC, 53 miles away
      
   Roan Mountain State Park, Tennessee, 7 miles away

   Sycamore Shoals State Park, Tennessee, 13 miles away

   Cherokee National Forest, Tennessee, 18 miles away

   Lake James State Park, North Carolina, 28 miles away

   Mount Mitchell State Park, North Carolina, 32 miles away


Trails near Mountaineer Falls Shelter - Appalachian Trail, Tennessee:

   Laurel Fork Trail, Carter County, 6 miles away

   Laurel Fork Trail, Carter County, 6 miles away

   Little Pond Mountain Trail, Carter County, 6 miles away

   Pond Mountain Trail, Carter County, 8 miles away

   Iron Mountain Trail, Johnson County, 14 miles away

   Daniel Boone Scout Trail, Caldwell County, 14 miles away

   Flint Mill Trail, Carter County, 14 miles away


Golf Courses Near Mountaineer Falls Shelter - Appalachian Trail, Tennessee:

   Wilderness Trail, Banner Elk, 9 miles away

   Diamond Creek, Banner Elk, 10 miles away

   Sugar Mountain Golf Club, Sugar Mountain, 10 miles away

   Mountain Glen Golf Club, Newland, 12 miles away

   Hawksnest Ski Resort, Seven Devils, 12 miles away


Lakes Near Mountaineer Falls Shelter - Appalachian Trail, Tennessee:

   Wildcat Lake, Avery County, 8 miles away

   Watauga Lake, Carter County, 11 miles away

   South Holston Lake, Sullivan County, 18 miles away


Current weather conditions at Mountaineer Falls Shelter - Appalachian Trail, Tennessee
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Local climate location: BRISTOL WSO AP 17 miles away


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