This moderate 2.24 mile trail begins at one of its junctions with the High Meadow Trail. It winds up the side of Fisher Peak through a variety of vegetation. This trail provides a lot of diversity for a shorter trail. At the lower elevation, the trail follows a stream through mixed pine and hardwoods. Higher up, the blooms of azaleas, mountain laurel and Catawba rhododendron provide a spectacular display in May.
While you’re here, get out and breathe in the mountain air on one of our trails. We offer two Music Center hiking trails: the High Meadow Trail (an easy trail, good for the whole family) and Fisher Peak Loop Trail (moderate difficulty). There are also trails nearby at Cumberland Knob, about 4 miles south of Blue Ridge Music Center on the Parkway at milepost 217.5.