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outer banks national scenic byway in the new york times

It’s always good to see the national press taking note of the beauty of the Outer Banks and the recreational opportunities available. Dianne Daniel, writing for the New York Times, gives a nice overview of some of the things to along the Outer Banks National Scenic Byway.

Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, one of the many historic points of interest along the Outer Banks National Scenic Highway.

Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, one of the many historic points of interest along the Outer Banks National Scenic Byway.

“Four new driving trails link cultural and natural heritage sites along the Outer Banks National Scenic Byway in North Carolina, and a new kayak network weaves through miles of pristine coastal creeks and sounds.

Down East Paddle Trails includes 16 kayak trails, ranging from 2.3 miles to 13.7 miles, and explores coastal creeks, marshes, sounds and shoals of Carteret County’s remote Down East area, the southern arm of the national byway.”

Read the rest of the story HERE.

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