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Pisgah National Forest

Pisgah National Forest, located in the Appalachian Mountains of western North Carolina, is a sprawling expanse of over 500,000 acres famous for its lush forests, scenic beauty, and diverse recreational opportunities. Established in 1916, it is one of the first national forests in the eastern United States. The forest features many landscapes, from rugged mountain peaks and deep gorges to cascading waterfalls and serene rivers. Visitors can enjoy hiking, mountain biking, fishing, and camping across its numerous trails and campgrounds. Notable areas within the forest include the Cradle of Forestry, the birthplace of modern forestry in America, and the Pisgah Ranger District, home to the iconic Looking Glass Rock and Sliding Rock natural waterslide. Pisgah National Forest is a treasured natural haven for locals and tourists with its rich biodiversity, historical significance, and outdoor adventures.

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