$25 for a Visit to Grandfather Mountain for Two (Up to $40 Value)


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In a Nutshell

One of the world’s most diverse preserves, Grandfather Mountain encompasses scenic hiking trails, animal habitats, and a nature museum

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Sep 22, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Not valid on Labor Day weekend or 4th of July weekend. Tickets are not accepted within one hour of park closing time. Please print voucher before visit as cell service is limited on location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

The Deal

  • $25 for Two Adult Admissions (Up to $40 Value)

Admission grants access to Grandfather Mountain for one full day, letting visitors view cougars, bears, deer, and other animals in enclosed habitats, hike eleven backcountry trails, walk across the Mile High Swinging Bridge, and check out the nature museum. Visitors should plan to arrive at least one hour before the park closes; tickets are not accepted within one hour of park closing time.

Grandfather Mountain

People tend to walk slowly across the Mile High Swinging Bridge, though not out of fear. The view is enough to slow anyone's steps. Spanning an 80-foot chasm one mile above sea level, the bridge grants 360-degree views of the mountains, specifically a rugged peak that rises to 5,946 feet: Grandfather Mountain. Recognized by the United Nations as one of the world's most diverse nature preserves, Grandfather Mountain bristles with verdant pines and wild flowers in full bloom, including the pinkshell azalea. The flower only grows in northwest North Carolina, and Grandfather Mountain claims the largest population.

Even on the eleven backcountry trails, hikers aren't inclined to move very fast. Up-close views of the area's wild flora and fauna are enough to inspire quiet, peaceful strolls. And on one trail—Grandfather Trail—cables and ladders physically challenge hikers as they climb to the mountain's peak. Other trails, meanwhile, wind past the park's seven animal habitats, where the likes of bears, cougars, otters, and bald eagles live in their natural environments with their expert Feng Shui.

Although primarily an outdoor attraction, Grandfather Mountain does encompass a few indoor destinations. The Nature Museum chronicles the mountain's history—which stretches back billions of years to a time when the Earth still wore diapers—with two-dozen exhibits, including Indigenous American artifacts and mineral displays. Luckily, the park's onsite naturalists can help make sense of it all. Before or after exploring the mountain and its past, visitors can fuel up at the onsite restaurant or, if they can't bear to spend time indoors, picnic outside.

Customer Reviews

Take your time and enjoy.
Adina E. · September 27, 2015
Be sure to wear comfy shoes and bring your camera Tons of great photo ops! Wish we had brought lunch for a picnic Do that for sure! The CD you receive upon entering is great for extra tips and history of the Mountain
Marie R. · September 23, 2015
Went on a week day. Very nice place. Glad to have saved on addmission by using Groupon.
Jo H. · September 23, 2015

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