More than 5 million people hit the trails in the Pisgah and Nantahala national forests last year — a number that continues to grow not only as more people move to the mountains but also as outdoor recreation increases in popularity, reports the Smoky Mountain News. The growing use has helped prompt the forest service to seek public feedback at a series of hearings around WNC as they develop a new trail strategy.
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