|The opportunities to go hiking at Rockbrook are almost endless! Rockbrook’s own camp property provides several hiking trails leading to incredible views and beautiful waterfalls.|
|Every week you can choose from overnight backpacking trips heading out into the woods. Pack your backpack and hit the trail!|
|At the campsite, set up your tent, unroll your sleeping bag, and gather some wood for the night’s campfire. Dinner is going to taste so good after hiking, and the s’mores will be yummy.|
Rockbrook’s 215 acres of wooded property offer amazing hiking and camping opportunities. There are two large rock face outcroppings that are popular hiking destinations. Steep trails lead to the top of each where there is a fantastic view of the French Broad River valley. In addition, there are two large, but shallow caves just a short walk through the woods, and two waterfalls to go see. Throughout the day, campers take hikes along these private trails.
The nearby Pisgah National Forest provides further, more challenging hiking and backpacking trails. Campers and specially trained adventure staff members take overnight backpacking trips several nights each week through dense parts of the nearby forests to see waterfalls and long distance views. These trips allow campers to learn and practice “Leave No Trace” wilderness techniques.
Rockbrook’s activities in the Pisgah National Forest are authorized under a USDA Forest Service permit.
Learn more about Rockbrook’s hiking and backpacking program.