3. Visitors gaze toward Lake Lure and the Piedmont from the top of Chimney Rock after climbing the 499 steps of the Outcroppings Trail stairway.
3. Visitors gaze toward Lake Lure and the Piedmont from the top of Chimney Rock after climbing the 499 steps of the Outcroppings Trail stairway. Photo by Jack Horan
3. Visitors gaze toward Lake Lure and the Piedmont from the top of Chimney Rock after climbing the 499 steps of the Outcroppings Trail stairway. Photo by Jack Horan

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