Grassy Road Trail #364
1 .0 miles one way - Easy - You will quickly see how this trail got its name: Maintained as a wildlife habitat by the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, it is seeded with several types of grass and clover. You will also notice many areas alongside the trail that provide protective cover for birds and small mammals. If you are observant, you may see signs of deer and wild turkey, which frequent this area. Early summer blooms include dogwood and violets, then various kinds of sunflowers and goldenrod in the late summer. This trail ends at the Sycamore Cove Trail (#143), which can be used to complete a nice 2½- to 3½-mile loop, depending on the route you take; check your map.
Approximate Elevation Change: 150 feet
At a Glance
|Restrictions:||Mountain Biking Trail: Mountain biking and hiking trail. Bikers please yield to hikers. Mountain biking prohibited in wilderness areas.|
|Operated By:||US Forest Service|