Weekend Trips

We have 2 annual weekend Diva trips each Spring and Fall to scenic mountain trails. What better way to spend a women’s getaway weekend than with great riding, hiking, card games, campfire fun and more?
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This is for Women Only!

Membership is required.

2016 Fall Trip: Pisgah & Dupont (Sept. 23-25)

We will be staying at Camp Green Cove, situated on Lake Summit.  The camp features beautiful grounds with a relaxing deck, hiking/biking trails, waterfalls and a fire pit for Saturday night!  The lodging features 6-12 bunks per cabin; bathrooms with showers are inside. We will be riding trails in Pisgah National Forest and DuPont. The 10,400 acre Dupont State Forest (DSF) offers mountain bikers nearly 100 miles of varied trails. While some of the trails here are typical for the region, a few others provide an experience not commonly found in the southern Appalachians: slickrock!  The Pisgah National Forest is a land of mile-high peaks, cascading waterfalls, and heavily forested slopes. Comprised of over 500,000 acres, the Pisgah is primarily a hardwood forest with whitewater rivers, waterfalls and hundreds of miles of trails.


Saturday’s riding will be in Pisgah out of the Fish Hatchery. We all love the Cove Creek, Davidson River, Daniel Ridge and Long Branch trail systems plus more.

Sunday’s riding will be in DuPont, parking lot to be determined, but it is all good in DuPont.
Cost is $115 – includes transportation for you and your bike. 5 meals, two days of guided rides and lots of fun.


2016 Spring Trip:  Tsali    (June 3rd-5th)


The Dirt Divas Annual Spring trip takes place June 3rd-5th. By popular demand, we will be going to Tsali in Western North Carolina.


We are offering two options for lodging this weekend:
Deluxe Cabin $160  (Only 10 spots available)
Enjoy a little luxury while on your fall trip. The cabins are fully furnished with a kitchen, bathroom and living area including a TV and Wifi. The bedrooms have everything you need, so no need to bring your sleeping bag. Bring your bike and clothes and be ready for a good ride and a little relaxation! Due to the high demand for the cabins at the NOC during this time of year, we need close registration on this option earlier than the bunkhouse option. Please register early so we can accommodate everyone who is interested in this option.


Registration for the Luxury Cabin option closes May 2nd.


Bunkhouse $110
While the cabins are very nice, the bunkhouses are pretty good too! Please expect to bring a sleeping bag or linens and towels for showering. There is an available community bathroom and kitchen near the bunkhouses for us to use.


Registration for the Bunkhouse option closes Friday May 29th.


You also have an option of meeting us there Saturday June 4th for a Day Trip and the cost is $25 which includes lunch.
If you would like to know more about the differences in lodging or have any questions please feel free to contact us or you can also check out the NOC’s website at www.noc.com.


What you can expect:
– Breakfast Saturday and Sunday morning
– Guided mountain bikes rides on Saturday and Sunday (divided into groups by skill/comfort
level including: beginner, intermediate, advanced intermediate and advanced)
– Lunch (Pasta and Provisions)
– Dinner out with friends (please expect to pay on your own)
– Games and fun with friends
– And transportation for you, your bike and your gear!!!


To register, please CLICK HERE!
Women Only
Members Only (if you have not paid your membership fee of $40 please do so by clicking on MEMBERSHIP now)
Refund Policy:
If you notify the Event Planner within:
1) 8 days or more before the trip (the Friday of the trip): 100% refund
2) 4-7 days before the trip: 50% refund
3) 0-3 days: No refund. Transfer to another individual (found by individual) permitted.
Amenities within walking distance from NOC:


NOC’s 500-acre adventure center is located at the intersection of the Nantahala River and Appalachian Trail.
Outdoor recreation activities including rafting, kayaking, zip lines, and mountain biking
Three restaurants, including two on the riverfront
Four retail stores, including NOC’s flagship Outfitter’s Store
Rustic cabin and bunkhouse lodging for over 200
Terminus for the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad
One mile of Lake Fontana frontage with lake kayak and SUP program
Host to over 30 annual events, from world championships to music festivals
And open-air bar with music









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