Pickens Nose North Carolina

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Nov 28, 2023
There were two ways on the map to get up there, and the way we took was treacherous and once we got up there, there wasn’t a clear view unless you hiked a path to actually get there. we had somebody … Full review by Cindy S
Sep 29, 2023
Absolutely stunning views and ledges. The photo opportunities on this hike are above average. The hike was moderate but the 2 side trips and final rock formation were amazing! Full review by juliamE2577WC
Jul 10, 2023
Great little hike and even better views. The drive in from Otto was decent but a few of the turns I’d question if a two wheel drive could make it. Small parking area. The first 0.25 of the hike was a… Full review by Zdivers

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We are staying in Franklin. I am looking for directions to Pickens Nose Trail, but Maps is giving me Forest Ave right in …
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We are staying in Franklin. I am looking for directions to Pickens Nose Trail, but Maps is giving me Forest Ave right in Franklin. Help!
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Come down 441 to Otto community. Look for Coweeta Lab road on right. Turn right. There is a bridge out. Follow short detour around it by secondary bridge. Look for forest service …
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Come down 441 to Otto community. Look for Coweeta Lab road on right. Turn right. There is a bridge out. Follow short detour around it by secondary bridge. Look for forest service signs. Dirt grade takes you from 2200 feet to approx 4900 feet. Regular cars do it all the time just be careful on journey. Enjoy.
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We are a federal agency under the U.S. Department of Agriculture that manages 193 million acres of land, roughly the size of Texas.
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