It’s day 8 of our 40-day #GetOutAndGO Giveaway, featuring Looking Glass Falls near Brevard, NC.

The #GetOutAndGO Campaign is dedicated to highlighting how even little adventures can have big rewards.

Both beautiful and accessible, Looking Glass Falls is one of those adventures. Pisgah National Forest features a number of different waterfalls, but Looking Glass is perhaps the easiest to view. Looking Glass Falls takes its name from a nearby rock face that, when cold enough, freezes over reflecting sunlight like a mirror, or “looking glass” as they were once called.

Check out this recent video of Looking Glass gushing in the winter:

Another nearby attraction is Sliding Rock:

And check out this video of 5 of Pisgah’s waterfalls.

To honor this hidden gem of an adventure, SylvanSport is giving away a self-inflating sleeping pad. Enter by commenting on their Facebook post at thedyrt.com/go.

Next time you’re in Asheville, think about adding Pisgah National Forest and Looking Glass Falls to your itinerary. And be sure to head to Visit NC for trip ideas, things to do, and profiles of every major city and region in the state!

 

Enter for the #GetOutAndGO Grand Prize!

Enter to win the #GetOutAndGO Grand Prize: a GO Camper from SylvanSport.

Mike Dever, Cindy Dever and Rebecca Harris enjoy the Sylvan Sport GO with a class B camper. The award winning SylvanSport GO is a one-of-a-kind, do everything camping trailer. The GO is lightweight, easy to manage and able to be towed by almost any vehicle. It is an all-in-one: utility trailer, toy hauler and camper that is designed and engineered for adventure. Enter to win here.

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