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Warren Wilson Wild Card Trail

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  • Ingles Markets, Inc.

    1141 Tunnel Road, Asheville, NC (map)

    35.585533 -82.488182

  • Meet at the parking lot of the Oteen Ingles Foods and we'll shuttle to the trail site.
  • We'll do a two hour hike along one of Warren Wilson's trail, choosing from among the River Trail, Jones Mountain, Suicide Ridge, Dam Pasture, etc.  Trails are easy to moderate, but there are significant stretches that are very strenuous.  Trails are not marked well and there are a lot of twists and turns on many trails.

    Mountains-to-Sea-Trail hikes are designed for fitness and community among already experienced hikers.  We repeat the same trails weekly so that, over time, we enjoy the beauty of each trail.  We limit our hikes to two hours because many of us work and have to be somewhere else by 11:15 or so.  Thus, it's not possible to wait for slower hikers.  We shuttle, so if someone is slower, the group would have to wait in order to give a ride back to the starting point.  Thus, the need to be on the same page with regard to hiking pace.

    Hikers who are new to hiking will likely be more comfortable on another meet up hike designed for people who are just beginning hiking or trying to get into shape for hiking.  You might consider "WNC Easy Hikers Group," for instance.

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  • Jeanne S.
    Event Host

    I've lived in Asheville since 1995. I came here to visit when I was a child and... more

  • Leanne K.

    I grew up in the Northeast, went to college in NC and always said I'd eventually live here someday.

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