Go out and enjoy nature's splendor
with mild temperatures and colorful fall foliage!

The leaves are peaking in our area and the weather is unseasonably warm - a perfect time to go outside and experience the beauty of this colorful season. Check out some of our favorite local places to hike!

Battle Branch Trail in Chapel Hill - 1.5 miles of moderate sloped trails through Battle Park on UNC's campus. More Info

Bolin Creek Trail in Chapel Hill - 1.5 beautiful miles of trails through woods and open meadows. This trail connects to the Battle Branch Trail. More Info

Dry Creek Trail in Chapel Hill - 1.2 miles through Cedar Falls Park, East Chapel Hill High campus, and through Springcrest and Silver Creek neighborhoods. More Info

Duke Forest Hiking Trails in Durham - a 7,00+ acre park with trails throughout an array of ecosystems. More Info

Eno River Cabe Lands to West Point Trail in Durham - 8 miles of challenging trails through spectacular wooded park lands. More info

Fan Branch Trail in Chapel Hill - 1.6 miles of paved woodland trails from Southern Community Park through Southern Village and to the Morgan Creek Trail. More Info

Johnston Mill Nature Preserve in Chapel Hill - 3.5 miles of moderate trails meandering through the historic area, featuring beech trees dating as old as 150 years. More Info

Little River Regional Park in Rougemont - 7 miles of moderate trails through the piedmont hills of hardwood and pines with mountain-like passages through boulders along the river. More Info

Lower Booker Creek Trail in Chapel Hill - .8 miles of paved trails through meadows and wooded floodplains. The trail connects adjacent neighborhoods to Eastgate Shopping Center and Linear Park. More Info

Lower Haw River Natural Area Trail
 in Bynum - 7 miles of challenging trails starting from under the US 64 bridge. Enjoy the colorful hardwood canopy along the rocky banks of the Haw River. More Info

Morgan Creek Trail in Chapel Hill - .85 miles of paved woodland trail with slope at boardwalk section. The trail leads to Merrit's Pasture open space area. Explore the area where musician James Taylor played as a child! More Info

Occoneechi Mountain Loop Trail in Hillsborough - 3.5 miles of challenging trails on top of spectacular Occoneechi Mountain! The highest point reaches 867 feet and is the highest point in the triangle. More Info

Riverwalk in Hillsborough - 1.8 miles of paved trails along the Eno River from Gold Park to Historic Downtown Hillsborough. More Info

Tanyard Branch Trail between Carrboro and Chapel Hill - .4 miles of natural surface trail with steep slopes through wooded floodplain. This trail links to Umstead Park. More Info

We hope you enjoy the beauty of these wonderful hiking trails!


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