When looking for an opportunity to get fresh air and enjoy the outdoors, look no further than the mountains of North Carolina’s High Country! Summer activities such as hiking, fishing, canoeing and golfing keep guests busy while the sun is shining. Drive around and enjoy the beautiful foliage in the fall, along with plenty of shopping and dining. And during winter, local resort feature ideal conditions for snow sports, including tubing, skiing and snowboarding!
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If you are looking for a quick weekend escape during the crazy holiday season this year, look no further! Cabin Cove, near Boone, NC sleeps up to 14 people comfortably! The pine logs and floors of the cabin line the way for unique lodge-style decor. Pretend you are in a Hallmark ad while gazing at the snowfall in the winter through the bay window. Sip hot chocolate or coffee as you warm your toes by the gas log fireplace. A great place to leave your busy schedules behind and wind down with a board game! Come, and stay a while.
Asheville & The Foothills-
Travel down the Blue Ridge Parkway and you’ll discover the quirky charm of an area filled with art galleries, craft breweries, up-and-coming bands and natural attractions. Nestled in the mountains, Asheville is where you’ll find Biltmore, America’s largest home and the nation’s most visited winery. Hendersonville hosts the North Carolina Apple Festival, Black Mountain has camping, and Hot Springs boasts natural mineral pools. In the foothills, visit historic Morganton, see for 75 miles atop Chimney Rock, or enjoy boating at Lake Lure.
The High Country-
North Carolina’s High Country is an outdoor playground year-round. In the warmer months you’ll find some of the best camping, hiking, biking and fishing around. Take the family for a ride on Tweetsie Railroad. Drive the Blue Ridge Parkway and make a stop at Blowing Rock or Boone for great local dining, shopping and attractions. Visit Grandfather Mountain in July for the Highland Games annual Scottish festival. In the winter, ski at Appalachian, Beech or Sugar mountains, or find the perfect Christmas tree in Spruce Pine.
The Smoky Mountains & Cherokee-
Known by the Cherokee Indians as the “land of the blue mist,” North Carolina’s Smoky Mountains honor their journey through art exhibits, museums and outdoor drama. It’s hard not to feel nostalgic here – especially if you explore 53 miles of scenic mountain terrain on a vintage locomotive. Those looking for a little luxury can give world-class gaming a try at Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort. But the natural beauty that first drew explorers is still preserved in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the Land of the Waterfalls and the nation’s first fly fishing trail.
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