On a spring or fall weekend there may be no better place to hike than Hanging Rock State Park. Anchoring the east end of the 30-mile Sauratown range, the peaks here may top out below 3,000 feet, but they’re still some 1,800 feet above the surrounding Piedmont countryside. And that makes for some popular peak bagging and waterfall viewing. Yet the Three Sisters aren’t on that list. Why? Because they’re well off the beaten trail. This guide provides detailed directions for exploring the wildest terrain in a pretty wild park.