U.S. Forest Service "Panthertown Valley Trail System"


U.S. Forest Service "Panthertown Valley Trail System"


U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service Southern Region map of Panthertown Valley Trail System.

The Panthertown Valley trail system is part of the Nantahala National Forest, managed by the Nantahala Ranger District.

Located near the town of Cashiers, Panthertown Valley draws people interested in hiking, horseback riding, biking, fishing, wildflower viewing, camping, and other recreational activities. There are approximately 30 miles of trails that range in difficulty level and use, many being mixed-use trails. There are approximately 7.45 miles of hike only trails, 1.65 miles of hike and horse only trails, 3.1 miles of hike and bike only trails, and 16.15 miles of hike, bike, and horse trails.

  • Official trail system map.
  • Waterproof. Tear resistant.
  • Scale 1:24,000
  • Published 2013
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