Not only is NC 226A the only suffixed state
route in North Carolina. The designation appears not once but twice.
The more known route exists in McDowell County. But a lesser known
226A is marked in Mitchell County.
Near Little Switzerland, you will come across NC 226A's Northern Terminus.
This look is from NC 226 North. The Blue Ridge Parkway is on the
From NC 226 South, bannerless shields are combined with signage used by
the National Park Service.
The first NC 226A South shield earns of the twisty treat ahead.
Just North of Woodlawn is the Southern Terminus.
The Northern Terminus of NC 226A in Mitchell County is in Loafer's Glory.
This had, until just recently, been the northern terminus of NC
A look from NC 226 North. And below the first NC 226A South shield.
The Southern Terminus of NC 226A Mitchell County is at NC 226 near Ledger.
NC 226A runs along Mine Creek Road. There is not an 'END' sign present.
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Sources & Links:
226 @ Carolina Highways ---Mark Clifton
NC 226A @ NCRoads.com
Page Created: April 1, 2001
Last Updated: March 7, 2004
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