|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|Apr 1st, 2009 4:46 pm|
|odsmissmaggie||Brother From Florida, me from OH have been going to that region for years...If you want a lower cost accommodation, we stayed last fall at http://www.huntslodge.com/ in the cottages...very biker friendly and the cottage sleeps 3....Cheap! Close to all of the good riding you wish to do there.|
|Apr 1st, 2009 4:00 pm|
|gtcharlie||You've got to check out the Snowbird Mountain Lodge - www.snowbirdlodge.com. Located on the NC start of the Cherohala, it's a beautiful old place and motorcycle friendly. Plus, they have one of the few liquor licenses in Graham County. Robert Rankin, the owner, recently bought a GS so you'll be in good company.|
|Mar 31st, 2009 10:03 am|
Originally Posted by Meese
South of that whole area, nearer the Georgia border is a piece of road called WarWoman road. Haven't ridden it, but you'll find maps at the above web sites.
|Mar 31st, 2009 1:25 am|
Originally Posted by sportourista
|Mar 30th, 2009 10:49 pm|
|sportourista||The Cherohala Skyway is very near Deals Gap. A good starting place for your research of the area is www.dealsgap.com|
|Mar 30th, 2009 9:50 pm|
|iflybricks||Bottom of Cherohala on the TN side is Tellico Plains. Some neat little restaurants there, probably some local quaint motels too. Just west of there is Madisonville. Big enough for chain hotels and chain restaurants, maybe a Walmart or Target, can't remember. I live about 90 minutes from the bottom of the Skyway on the west side of the valley between the Smokies and Cumberlands, so I can't give you better info, I just go home! Check out Madisonville though for a place to stay. Also check here for some possible better info. Maybe see ya up there!|
|Mar 30th, 2009 7:13 pm|
Not absolutely sure if this is the right place, but am looking for advice on where to stay when riding the Cherohala Skyway. A group of us will be riding from AL in May and are looking for recommendations on where to stay, eat, etc. on the TN side. Any and all inputs welcomed.