The Hot Springs, NC
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Things to do in Hot Springs

A Ginseng Rhizome Nexus – Part 5

A submission written by Jim Hickey Jump to Part 1 Part Four of this five-part initiation to Hot Springs' ginseng context, which appeared in the previous posting of this series, dealt with spiritual and ecological elements of this floral marvel. It also proffered a...

A Ginseng Rhizome Nexus – Part 4

A submission written by Jim Hickey Jump to Part 1 Having ruminated over the third section of this ongoing, unfolding array, readers will have learned how centrally Hot Springs is located in this aspect of the 'new world order.' Also appearing in the previous...

A Ginseng Rhizome Nexus – Part 3

A submission written by Jim Hickey Jump to Part 1 In Part Two of A Ginseng Rhizome Nexus have both uncovered an overview of Ginseng's attractions and  sampled the definitely prolific local outpourings of crafty response to this allure that have percolated into the...

A Ginseng Rhizome Nexus – Part 2

A submission written by Jim Hickey Jump to Part 1 Part One of this "A Ginseng Rhizome Nexus" series introduced Hot Springs as a location opportunistically proximate to a worldwide phenom, the herbal, pharmaceutical, and nutritional fascination with all manner of Panax...

A Ginseng Rhyzome Nexus in the Woods – Part 1

A submission written by Jim Hickey The mountains that nestle Hot Springs, similarly as a loving family ensconces a little one, contain some of nature's richest diversity, both of animal life and, especially, flora of different sorts. Included in this wealth of plants...

Pisgah National Forest

Hot Springs is a small mountain town nestled in the French Broad River Valley and surrounded by 3500-foot tall mountains which are part of the Pisgah National Forest. The mountains literally surround the town and are virtually undeveloped. There are excellent hiking...

The French Broad River

The River Runs North The headwaters of the French Broad River begin just west of the Eastern Continental Divide near Rosman, NC, about 60 miles south of Asheville near the South Carolina state line. One of several unique features of the river is that it flows north....

Hot Mineral Springs

Soak and relax in earth’s healing mineral waters For centuries the naturally warmed mineral waters of Hot Springs, NC have been cherished and enjoyed. Come experience the healing powers for yourself! From deep in the earth When you touch the warm mineral water flowing...

The Appalachian Trail

One of the World’s Longest Continuously Marked Footpaths The Appalachian Trail is one of the longest continuously marked footpaths in the world, measuring approximately 2,185 miles in length. The legendary footpath travels through wild places, rural communities of...

Appalachian Trail Hikers Resource Guide for Hot Springs

Places to Stay Food and Drink Hiking Supplies ATM/Post Office/Laundry Information Transportation Medical Care Relaxation Church Services Shopping/Gifts Places to Stay Camping If you are thru-hiking or section hiking without a car, the most convenient places to camp...

Cycling & Off-Road Biking

Cycling in Hot Springs, NC A choice destination for road cyclists and off-road biking alike! Hot Springs, NC is a haven for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts - and it's not just the French Broad River's rapids and fish that draw them! The Madison County area and...

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