Steven Reinhold

Asheville, Knoxville, Minneapolis, Jackson Hole

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  1. Max Patch - Hiking


    The pastoral setting atop 4,600’ Max Patch is widely considered as the prettiest spot on the entire Appalachian Trail. Thru-hikers labor for months to reach this iconic summit; you only have to walk a half mile to enjoy its splendors!

  2. Constructing a Boundary Waters Base Camp: A New Home for the Big City Mountaineers


    The story of how the Big City Mountaineers are helping to mentor underprivileged youths in the gorgeous natural sanctuary of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area.

  3. Charlies Bunion - Hiking


    The hike to Charlies Bunion is a somewhat strenuous climb along the Appalachian Trail, but the views from the rocky summit are truly staggering.

  4. Cataloochee Ski Area - Skiing & Snowboarding


    "The home of great skiing and snowboarding in the Great Smoky Mountains!"

  5. Wolf Ridge Ski Resort - Skiing & Snowboarding


    “Come on up and Ski the Wolf.” Wolf Ridge Resort offers this enticing invitation. How could a skier, or snowboarder, turn down an invitation that sounds so cool?

  6. Mt. Pisgah Campground - Backpacking/Camping


    Mt. Pisgah Campground is ideally located, high atop the Pisgah National Forest, and within striking distance of epic adventures and the delicious fare of The Pisgah Inn!

  7. Balsam Mountain Campground - Backpacking/Camping


    Escape the sweltering heat and swarming summertime crowds of the Smokies at this remote, high altitude refuge.

  8. Devil's Courthouse - Hiking


    On the edge of the Pisgah Ledge, a towering crest which looms high above the valley floor, local lore claims the Devil holds court in a cave at the base of a sinister looking rock face. His toils and trials were such a waste – he should have climbed to the top - the view is heavenly!

  9. Black Balsam Knob


    By using the Art Loeb Trail, you can reach one of the most scenic spots in southern Appalachia in just half a mile. The views from Black Balsam's grassy bald are beyond description.

  10. Art Loeb Trail - Backpacking/Camping


    Hike on Pisgah National Forest's most iconic trail, The Art Loeb. Travel through a range of diverse forestry and over soaring ridge-lines on this 30 mile classic.

  11. Mt. Cammerer - Hiking


    Carved from stone and hewn from local materials by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930’s, the lookout tower on Mt. Cammerer is truly a work of art. With access from multiple trailheads in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and a tableau summit view, Mt. Cammerer is the place to be for a glorious summit experience.

  12. Beech Mountain Resort - Skiing & Snowboarding


    At 5,506’ in the heart of Appalachia lies The Beech. You won’t find any sand there; unlike most beaches, Beech Mountain Resort is covered entirely in snow!

  13. Sugar Mountain Resort - Skiing & Snowboarding


    Sugary sweet slopes, trails and accommodations are waiting for you at Sugar Mountain Resort.

  14. Climbmax - Climbing


    Come solo, or gather your crew, and come for the best adventure in downtown; "climb on" at Climbmax!

  15. The Gorge Zip Line Canopy Tour


    Come fly high above the gnarly Green River Gorge on a string of 11, famously fast zip-lines and 3 huge rappels!

  16. Bradley Falls Rappel - Climbing


    A refreshing rappel, under the careful guidance of Green River Adventures, down 200' Bradley Falls!

  17. Black Rock - Hiking


    An easily accessible trail head provides access to a scenic hike along Fisher Creek which leads to panoramic views atop Black Rock.

  18. The Pinnacle - Hiking


    The views are grand, the approach hike is picturesque and the summit experience is more than memorable on the rocky precipice known as “The Pinnacle.”

  19. Waterrock Knob - Hiking


    An easy access mountaintop playground off the Blue Ridge Parkway with a picnic area, hiking trail to the summit and long range views in every direction make Waterrock Knob a must-visit.

  20. Shining Rock - Hiking


    "The Crown Jewel" of Appalachia, Shining Rock, is topped with massive quartz rock formations that will dazzle the eye's of all visitors!

  21. Big Creek Trail - Hiking


    A meandering hike along roaring cascades into one of the most beautiful drainage basins the Great Smoky Mountains National Park has to offer.

  22. Big Creek Campground - Backpacking/Camping


    Nicely located in The Great Smoky Mountains National Park beside a pristine creek and in the middle of an array of outdoor adventures. make Big Creek Campground base camp for your next Smoky Mountain adventure.

  23. Cataloochee Campground - Backpacking/Camping


    Deep within the confines of the Great Smokies, outlined by towering coniferous covered ridgelines, lays the historically beautiful Cataloochee Valley. The Valley is steeped in Appalachian history, home to exquisite landscapes and an abundance of wildlife.

  24. Deep Creek Campground - Backpacking/Camping


    On the banks of Deep Creek in Bryson City, NC, the Deep Creek Campground is the go-to spot for summertime fun in the Smokies.

  25. Skinny Dip Falls - Hiking


    Cool yourself in the refreshing waters of an Appalachian stream after a 1/2 mile hike from the Blue Ridge Parkway.