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North Carolina Byway Highway Guide

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State Route #107
On State Route #107, at the North Carolina border with South Carolina continues the Southern Highroads Trail Byway its journey into North Carolina towards North Carolina border with Tennessee, through the peaceful greenery, the beautiful mountains of North Carolina.
1.2
2.0
County Road #1100
County Road #1100/Bull Pen Road, Nantahala National Forest,
2.5
4.0
Heady Mountain Road
Heady Mountain Road, Round Mountain Road,
5.8
9.3
Chimney Top Trail
Chimney Top Trail, Wade Hampton Golf Course,
6.6
10.7
High Hampton, North Carolina
High Hampton Inn and Country Club, High Hampton, North Carolina, Fowler Creek, located within Nantahala National Forest, southeast of Cashiers, North Carolina
8.2
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Cashiers, North Carolina
Junction USA Highway #64/State Route #1116, Cashiers, North Carolina, Cashiers, a village located in Jackson County, North Carolina. Tourists flock in large numbers to the Community of Cashiers, North Carolina, and vacation homes are occupied by the non-resident owners during the season, causing the population to swell enormously. Attractions in and around Cashiers: The Cashiers, North Carolina Annual Mountain Music Festival.
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Highlands Cove
Highlands Cove Drive, Highlands Cove,
13.6
21.9
Lake Villa Way
Lake Villa Way, Highlands Falls Road, Wildcat Cliffs Country Club, Whiteside Mountain, a mountain in Jackson County, North Carolina located between Cashiers, North Carolina and Highlands, North Carolina, north of Georgia border. Whiteside Mountain is believed to boast the highest cliffs in Eastern North America. There is an overhang, a small platform connected to Whiteside Mountain, is used by Paragliders.
16.0
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County Road 1544/1545
County Road 1544/1545, Flat Mountain Road, Brush Creek, Nantahala National Forest,
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Highlands, North Carolina
Junction State Highway #28, Harris Lake, a lake located just outside of Downtown Highlands, North Carolina, a hot spot for fishing and picnicking among tourists. Geese, Swans and Ducks roam this area.
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30.1
Highlands, North Carolina
Highlands, North Carolina, a town in Macon and Jackson counties in North Carolina, located within the Nantahala National Forest. A popular seasonal touristic town. Attractions in and around Highlands, North Carolina: Fishing in Harris Lake, Cullasaja River and Chattooga River, The nature and hiking trails around Highlands are popular with backpackers, These trails leads to beautiful waterfalls in the area like Bridal Veil Falls, Dry Falls, Quarry Falls, Glen Falls, Lower Cullasaja Falls, Cullasaja Falls, Lower Whitewater Falls, Silver Run Falls, Upper Whitewater Falls, Whitewater Falls.
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County Road #1681
County Road #1681, Cobb Road, Lake Sequoyah, Highlands Falls Golf Course, Club Lake. To the north of Highlandroads Trail (US Highway #64) is Mirror Lake.
21.1
34.0
Bridal Veil Falls, NC. -
Bridal Veil Falls, waterfall located in the Nantahala National Forest, northwest of Highlands, North Carolina. This is the only waterfall in the state which has a short curve of roadway behind the falls, thus, enabling visitors to drive a vehicle under the falls.
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Dry Falls, NC.
Dry Falls/Upper Cullasaja Falls, a waterfall located in the Nantahala National Forest, along the USA Highway #64. Dry Falls, flows on the Cullasaja River in North Carolina.
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36.9
Turtle Pond Road
County Route #1620, Dendy Orchard Road,
27.3
44.0
Cullasaja Falls, NC
Cullasaja Falls, a waterfall in North Carolina, within Nantahal National Forest located on the Cullasaja River.
29.4
47.3
Gneiss, North Carolina
Walnut Creek Road/County Road #1533, Community of Gneiss, North Carolina,
35.5
57.1
Intersection
Intersection USA Highway #441/23, Community of Dean, North Carolina,
37.6
60.5
Franklin, North Carolina
Junction State Highway #28, Franklin, North Carolina, a town located in Franklin Township, within the Nantahala National Forest. This area is rich in gems and minerals and is known as the 'Gem Capital of The World. Community of Cartoogechaye, North Carolina
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Junction - Photo view from highway
USA Highway #23/441, Community of Union, North Carolina, Community of Prentiss, North Carolina,
51.1
82.3
Tigertail Drive
Tigertail Drive, Rainbow Springs Drive, Community of Rainbow Springs, North Carolina, A Viewing Point / Rest Area Loop is located on USA Highway #64 near here.
55.1
88.7
Buck Creek Road
Buck Creek Road, Buck Creek, located in Nantahala National Forest,
62.8
101.0
Shooting Creek, North Carolina
County Road 1168/1341/1348, Community of Shooting Creek, North Carolina,
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108.0
Junction
Junction State Route #175, Chatuge Lake, NC; Located in Nantahala National Forest, along USA Highway #64 (Southern Highroads Trail), Community of Elf, North Carolina. Lake Chatuge Lake for sport fishers has; Spotted Bass, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Striped Bass, Crappie, Bream, and Catfish. Public Boat Access.
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County Road #1150
County Road #1150/ Hinton Memorial Road, Lakeview Drive, to, Chatuge Lake Recreation Area,
71.2
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County Road 1140
County Road 1140/Myers Chapel Road, Chatuge Dam, a flood control and hydroelectric dam on the Hiwassee River in Clay County, in North Carolina.
71.4
114.9
Hayesville, North Carolina
Hayesville, North Carolina, a town in Clay County, North Carolina,
76.6
123.3
Fires Creek Road
County Road #1302/1300, Fires Creek Road, Community of Fires Creek, North Carolina,
78.7
126.6
Brasstown, North Carolina
Suttewig Road/County Road #1135, Brasstown, North Carolina,
80.8
130.1
Brasstown, North Carolina
County Road 1547/1548, Community of Brasstown, North Carolina,
81.7
131.5
Peachtree, North Carolina
Peachtree Lane/County Road #1519/141, Community of Peachtree, North Carolina,
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138.5
Junction
Junction USA Highway #74/129, near Murphy, North Carolina,
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Junction
Junction USA Highway #19, Murphy, North Carolina, a town in Cherokee County, North Carolina, Lover's Leap Drive, Tarheel Road, to the southern bank of Nottely River, in Nantahala National Forest,
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143.2
Old Murphy Road
Old Murphy Road/County Road #1304, The Nottely River, a river in Georgia/North Carolina, originates in the Blue Ridge Mountains in northern Georgia. This River flows into artificial Hiwassee Reservoir in North Carolina. It is dammed on its way in Georgia that makes Lake Nottely.
91.6
147.4
Junction
Junction USA Highway #19/129/Blairsville Highway,
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Junction
Junction State Highway #60, Community of Culberson, North Carolina, located close to the North Carolina/Georgia Border.
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Letitia, North Carolina
State Route #294, Letitia, North Carolina, The Hiwassee Lake, NC.
103.6
166.7
Hothouse, North Carolina
Hopewell Road/County Road #1134, Hothouse, North Carolina, Hidden Valley Road, Talulo Pass,
105.6
170.0
Johnsonville, North Carolina
County Road 1107, Community of Johnsonville, North Carolina,
108.5
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Wolf Creek, North Carolina
County Road 1107, Community of Wolf Creek, North Carolina,
109.5
176.2
North Carolina/Tennessee border
North Carolina/Tennessee border, USA Highway #74/64, This Highway enters Tennessee and Southern Highroads Trail continues on this Highway. This is where the North Carolina part of Southern Highroads Trail, ends. NOTE: For highway travel via the Southern Highroads Trail. See Milebymile Tennessee, Southern Highroads Trail, for driving directions.