Biltmore Campus Trail #006
0.9 mi - Easy - This is a historic tour of the Biltmore Forest School, the first school of forestry in America. There are eight buildings along this paved trail, which helps depict the life of a forestry student in the early 1900’s. You will walk past the schoolhouse (also used as a church), the commissary (also used as a community center), an 1882 ranger’s cabin, and a lodge that imitates the architecture used in the Black Forest of Germany. These historic buildings are open to the public during the Cradle of Forestry’s season, and some have taped recordings to supplement the exhibits in the Forest Discovery Center. Artisans, including a weaver, woodcarver, and toy maker, may be found practicing their trades in the summertime; a986nnual schedules vary, so be sure to check at the information desk.
Approximate Elevation Change: 30 feet
At a Glance
|Restrictions:||Hiking Trail: foot traffic only.|
|Operated By:||US Forest Service|