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The Loft at Walnut Hollow Ranch

Located in the beautiful Nantahala Mountain Area of the Great Smokies in Western NC. Read more.







Trails Riding In Western North Carolina

Fires Creek Area - Nantahala National Forest
  • Hundreds of miles of trails, marked trails with blazes on trees
  • Rim trail 25+ miles
  • Year round trail riding at its best
  • Leatherwood Falls
  • Trout fishing
  • Vast expanses of mountain laurel and rhododendron
  • Bristol Fields primitive horse camp
This large remote basin is outlined by a horseshoe-shaped rim of densely forested mountains rising to over 5,000 feet. Fires Creek drains the basin and the 5240 foot Tusquitee Bald crowns its rugged steep terrain. Trails combine with roads to offer a variety of riding opportunities. Most trails connect to the Rim Trail, which follows the ridgeline around the basin. Horse trails are marked with blue blazes. Trail is accessed from US 64 West.

Fires Creek Trail Info

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Standing Indian Area -- Nantahala National Forest
  • 4 marked trails, 30+ miles
  • Year round trail riding at its best
  • Waterfall
  • Trout fishing
  • Vast expanses of mountain laurel and rhododendron
  • Primitive horse camp
Standing Indian Basin is a horseshoe shaped drainage formed by the Nantahala and Blue Ridge Mountains. Bisecting the drainage is the Nantahala River, born amid the basin's high peaks. Trails combine with roads to offer a variety of riding opportunities. Horse trails are marked with orange blazes. Standing Indian is a much cooler destination in the hot summer. Trail is accessed from US 64 East.

Horse Trail Directory

Clay County Trails

Nantahala National Forest



Warning - Under North Carolina law, an equine activity sponsor or equine professional is not liable for an injury to or the death of a participant in equine activities resulting exclusively from the inherent risks of equine activities. Chapter 99E of the North Carolina General Statutes.