Two trails start at Walker Knob Overlook. The Mountains-to-Sea Trail with its characteristic white circles starts from the middle of the parking area. This hike on the Big Butt Trail goes up from the left side, in back of a wooden sign which says "Little Butt 3 miles," a slight overestimation. Little Butt is our destination; Big Butt, itself, is overgrown and without a view. The trail descends through a fir spruce forest, going north, and perpendicular to the Blue Ridge Parkway. But soon you're off Parkway land and into Pisgah National Forest.
So it makes sense that firming, toning, and plumping the derriere is oft desired, and can be achieved with some simple exercises or not-so-simple implants , which are totally a thing but not exactly advisable. The best part is that almost all of these targeted moves can be done without fitness equipment, and in just a few minutes. Big butts are all the rage, and apparently all it takes is five minutes to get one! OK, you might have to do this routine a liiiiittle more than that, but a few minutes several times a week is totally doable.