The Ultimate Guide To Asheville and the Western North Carolina Mountains
The Ultimate Guide to Asheville & the Western North Carolina Mountains

The Online Version of the Best-selling Regional Guidebook
 

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   Legend has it that more than 300 years ago a young Indian maiden leapt from this rock to her death when she learned that her lover, a Cherokee chief, had been killed in battle. Indian lore to this day maintains that on some moonlit nights the ghost of the heartbroken maiden can be seen on the rock. Views from the rock during daylight hours are breathtaking of the valleys below. The rock itself is surrounded by landscaped grounds.

Location: Laurel Park section of
Hendersonville, NC
Address: End of Laurel Park Hwy., Hendersonville NC 28792
Fees: None
Tips: Great views anytime but spectacular at sunset. Good spot for a picnic.
Directions: Located a few miles west of Hendersonville, via 5th Ave. West, at the very end of Laurel Park Highway.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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