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3 years 1 month ago #44820 by kb voodoo
kb voodoo replied the topic: Re: Asheville NC ?
Late fall and winter can be bad, real bad.

I was there one year in November, and the leaves on the trail were horrendous. It was really hard to stay on the trail.

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3 years 1 month ago #44819 by gobriango
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Late spring. You risk it being wetter but winter can be a total crap shoot. Summer is by far the best time to go, if possible.

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3 years 1 month ago #44818 by Moto Mike
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I went in early April and the weather/trails were perfect.

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3 years 1 month ago #44817 by twright
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for those that have been, when is a good time to go in the late Winter,, early Spring?? might have an extra week of time share coming... and was just thinking...

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