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THE BLOWING ROCK
432 Rock Rd. 828/295-7111, www.theblowingrock.com
HOURS: Jan.-Feb. Sat.-Sun. 9 A.M.-5 P.M. Mar.-May Mon.-Sun. 9 A.M.-5 P.M. Memorial Day-Labor Day Mon.-Sun. 8:30 A.M.-7 P.M. Sept.-Oct. Sun.-Thurs. 9 A.M.-5 P.M. and Fri.-Sat. 9 A.M.-7 P.M. Nov.-first week of Jan. daily 9 A.M.-5 P.M.; all hours are weather permitting COST: $6 adults, $5 seniors (60+), $1 children 4-11
It’s possible to sit atop the Blowing Rock where the Native American legend began. The oldest travel attraction in North Carolina, dating back to 1933, the Blowing Rock sits 3,000 feet over Johns River
Gorge and is part of a larger recreation area that offers scenic overlooks, gardens, and nature trails. The rock itself isn’t that impressive but the views are spectacular.
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Goodwood Racecourse is a very short way to the right. South Africa Map Tourist Attractions Cross straight over the road into a small car park and pass through the car park to join South Africa Map Tourist Attractions a minor road heading northwards off the Goodwood-Singleton road. Follow this minor road quite steeply downhill, losing all the height you have gained on the walk from Lavant to the Trundle; the road walk is most pleasant, with enticing views to the valley ahead and the wooded hills beyond. A mile or so from the car park you reach the little village of Charlton, where you meet the river Lavant again. You arrive at a junction with the East Dean-Singleton road; to continue the Challenge Walk, cross straight over into North Lane, but if you turn right along the East Dean-Singleton road you reach the quaintly-named Fox Goes Free pub, an ideal lunch spot, assuming you are planning on stopping for the night at Cocking. If you’re attempting to do the whole walk in a single day, you will be in some trouble if you find they’re serving lunch when you get here, as you aren’t even a quarter of the way back to Chichester! Having joined North Lane, follow it as it proceeds very gently upwards, the ground either side of the lane rising much more steeply.