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Western NC Wagon Train

Western NC Wagon Train

The Western NC Wagon Train gets under way on June 29 with a gathering that takes place near Andrews, NC. For 60 years the WNC Wagon Train has grown into a tradition of family and friends gathering to enjoy a week of riding, reminiscing, and having fun.

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Friday, June 29th: Gathering Day

Saturday, June 30th: Spread Eagle 12 miles, Grade 7.

Sunday, July 1st: Chestnut Flats 12 miles, Grade 6.

Monday, July 2nd: Pisgah Loop. 10 miles, Grade 3..

Tuesday, July 3rd: Whitaker Lane 15 miles, Grade 6.

Wednesday, July 4th: Layover Day Parade town at 6 p.m.

***Kids games and events starting in morning.***

Thursday, July 5th: Tatham Gap 12 miles Grade 7.

Friday, July 6th: Webb Creek 10 miles, Grade 5

Cost is $40 for family; individual $25.

June 29, 2018

Cost: See above copy for cost



Western Carolina Wagon Train Trailhead
Robbinsville Road and Hwy 74
Andrews , NC 28901

Venue Page Weather Google Map and Directions

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Contact: Sande Kimball

Phone: 828-557-0602
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