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Mt. Pisgah On The Blue Ridge Parkway
Photo By Scott Hotaling

  • Title: Mt. Pisgah On The Blue Ridge Parkway
  • State/Province/Region: North Carolina
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: US-276
  • Nearest Town: Waynesville
  • Brief Directions: Take any route to the Blue Ridge Parkway, then head towards Cherokee/Waynesville/Sylva. About 20 miles past Asheville you'll see Mt. Pisgah, you can't miss it.
  • Notes: Best at sunrise and sunset, watch for interesting clouds and light to create dramatic scenes. Conditions can change almost instantaneously.
  • Best Season: Spring
  • Gear: Tripod, remote release, polarizer and a wide-angle lens.
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