Brevard/Pisgah Forest

Brevard/Pisgah Forest

The communities of Brevard and Pisgah Forest, NC lie just outside the eastern border of the Pisgah National Forest in Transylvania County. The Pisgah National Forest, which is made up of over 500,000 acres, is home to some of the most beautiful land in Western North Carolina. Travel a short distance to the east and you find the equally stunning Dupont State Forest. Being located between two of the most beautiful natural landscapes in Western North Carolina make Brevard and Pisgah Forest a stomping ground for the areas most dedicated outdoor enthusiasts. Biking, fishing, climbing, hiking, rafting and kayaking are only a few of the favorite activities that make this area a favorite for locals and tourists alike. Another of the area’s biggest draws are the countless waterfalls that can be seen, some without even leaving your car. Looking Glass Falls, Sliding Rock, Triple Falls, High Falls, Hooker Falls, and Cedar Rock Falls are a few favorites, and can include beautiful hikes of varying difficulty. To learn more about the best waterfalls to see, visit

The Brevard/Pisgah Forest area is also known for its world-class fly fishing, with locations suited for all skill levels. Various species of trout are commonplace across the area that make this part of Western North Carolina a fisherman’s paradise.

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Brevard and Pisgah Forest


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