A quick jog up the trail to find the tower fenced off. I climbed up a crumbly & mossy Class 3 dihedral on the north side of the summit to reach the top.
A beautiful view from the top!
Easy walk at night.
Nice views of the surrounding hills. Fall colors were spectacular.
Unfortunately the morning I was here there was dense fog and could not see anything from the summit. I liked the old wagon trail that was still there from back in the days when people went up here with horse and buggy.
Started going up to Brasstown Bald when I was eight years old. I haven't been up there in about four years, though. Glad someone finally did a summitpost for the highest mountain in my home state.
We climbed Brasstown Bald, via the road, which was covered in snow. It was over 3 miles to the summit, and the stars were spectacular!