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North Carolina Byway Highway Guide

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Start of Byway Appalachian Medley
Walnut, North Carolina, located in Madison County, North Carolina on United States Highway #25/70, This is where Byway Appalachian Medley starts
1.3
2.1
Hickory Flats Road
Hickory Flats Road Route #1377,
1.4
2.2
Cow Mountain Road
Cow Mountain Road, This mountain route runs through the forest to Stackhouse, North Carolina,
1.9
3.1
King Creek Road
King Creek Road,
3.1
5.0
Intersection
Intersection Stackhouse Road, Country Route #1319, Lumptown Road,
4.8
7.7
Access
Access Road/A Trail into the Forest, to Big Laurel Creek, in Madison County North Carolina,
5.1
8.2
Junction
Junction State Highway #208/Trail of the Lonesome Pines, runs through mountainous forest route and crosses over to Tennessee border
6.6
10.6
Lookout Mountain Road
Lookout Mountain Road,
7.3
11.7
Mill Ridge Road
Mill Ridge Road,
10.0
16.1
Appalachian Trail
Appalachian Trail, River Road, French Broad River, near Hot Springs, North Carolina, Lovers Leap,
10.4
16.8
Hot Springs, North Carolina
Hot Springs, North Carolina, a small town located in Madison County, North Carolina, on the French Broad River, by United States Highway #25/70, This is where Highway 25/70 diverts from Byway Appalachian Medley and crosses North Carolina border into Tennessee.
10.9
17.6
Henderson Drive
Henderson Drive,
12.7
20.4
A Trail
A Trail on Appalachian Medley Byway
16.0
25.8
Waldroup Road
Waldroup Road Country Route #1172, Bluff Mountain Road,
16.9
27.2
Bluff Mountain Road
Bluff Mountain Road Country Route #1173, Garrenflo Gap Road, Bluff, North Carolina
20.9
33.6
Freedom Lane
Freedom Lane, Mountain Valley Drive, Spring Creek, North Carolina
21.5
34.6
Big Pine, North Carolina
Route #1151, Community of Big Pine, North Carolina, located in Madison County, North Carolina.
22.2
35.8
Route #1166

23.4
37.6
Caldwell Mountain Road
Caldwell Mountain Road Route #1165, Route #1175, Community of Joe, North Carolina, located in Madison County, on the Appalachian Trail near Max Patch Mountain, Max Patch Bald Mountain, in Appalachian Trial, Southern Sixers, a group of Mountains in North Carolina with an elevation of minimum 6000 ft. located near the Appalachian Trail, are the tallest mountains in North Carolina
25.0
40.3
Trust, North Carolina
Trust, North Carolina, a community located in Madison County, North Carolina, on the banks of Spring Creek, a tributary of French Broad River, in the Appalachian Trails, near the Junction of State Highway #63 with State Highway #209/Byway Appalachian Medley. Canto, North Carolina
26.5
42.6
Howard Moore Road
Howard Moore Road Route #1163, Level Cross, North Carolina, located in Randolph County in North Carolina.
27.7
44.6
Woody Farm Road
Woody Farm Road joins the Trantham Drive and extends to Max Parch Road/Route #1334
33.0
53.1
Carter Mountain Road
Carter Mountain Road, Lewis Road,
34.5
55.6
Poplar Cove Road
Poplar Cove Road/Country Route #1500,
35.1
56.5
Fines Creek, North Carolina
Junction Max Patch Road/Route #1334, #1338 connects Byway Appalachian Medley to Interstate Highway #40, Fines Creek, North Carolina,
36.0
58.0
Black Bear Cove

39.1
63.0
Silvers Cove Road/Route #1501
Silvers Cove Road/Route #1501,
39.5
63.5
Palmer Pond Road
Palmer Pond Road,
40.3
64.9
Riverside Drive/Route #1355
Riverside Drive/Route #1355, Crabtree, North Carolina
40.9
65.8
Upper Crabtree Road/Route #1503
Upper Crabtree Road/Route #1503, Liner Creek Road
42.2
67.9
Big Branch Road/Route #1512
Big Branch Road/Route #1512,
43.2
69.6
End of Byway Appalachian Medley
Byway Appalachian Medley ends where Interstate Highway #40 intersects State Highway #209, in Waynesville, North California, near Clyde, North Carolina, in Haywood County, off Town of Lake Junaluska, North Carolina. Iron Tree Golf Course is just off the highway #209, an 18 hole golf course in Waynesville, North Carolina.