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Blue Ridge Towns

This section of our site provides information about great small towns found in the NC Blue Ridge Mountain region. Learn a little about each town’s history and what makes each one unique and charming.

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View our detailed Google map for the best places to eat, sleep, or play in the NC Blue Ridge Mountains. Narrow your interactive search by category to plan an exciting travel itinerary.

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Featured Specials & Events

Vacation Planning? Check here for the best events to be found the NC Blue Ridge Mountains this season. Take advantage of special discounts and offers made available by businesses throughout the region.

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Attractions

Experience the mountains your way.

Lodging

Rest your feet by the fire after a fun-filled day in the mountains!

Dining

Sample some of the best food the Blue Ridge mountains has to offer.

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NC Blue Ridge shared Only In North Carolina's Take This Amazing Road Trip To See The Best Waterfalls In The ....

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And each of these places are especially gorgeous in the fall!

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John ShortI can't wait...

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Melissa ZuberTina N Stan Hancock, John Short maybe along your route this fall?

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NC Blue Ridge shared Linda Turman Photography's photo.

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Blue Ridge Parkway, North Carolina

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Linda TurmanThank you for sharing my photo! :)

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Just 2 months away! The magical Winter Lights return to the NC Arboretum on Nov 18th with 500,000 lights! See photos & info: www.romanticasheville.com/arboretum_lights.htm

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Fall Forecast: Graveyard Fields on the Blue Ridge Parkway will have the first and brightest colors (early Oct). Trail & waterfall info: www.romanticasheville.com/graveyard.htm

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Here comes fall in the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains! Thanks for sharing Jason Penland! #ncblueridge. #ncblueridgemtns
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A hint of Autumn along the Blue Ridge Parkway of Western North Carolina. Hope everyone has a great weekend!!!

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NC Blue Ridge shared Dave Allen Photography's photo.

Thank you Dave Allen, for sharing this amazing view - you have such a gifted eye! #ncblueridge #ncblueridgemtns
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Pink mountain laurel flowers blooming along the Blue Ridge Parkway near Asheville, NC in June. I shot this image during my "Spring in the Highlands" workshop in 2015 and it's been hiding on my hard drive since then. We had pretty heavy cloud cover that morning, but did get to see some great crepuscular light rays bursting out from under the clouds at times. Hope you enjoy the view, and feel free to share it :) Single exposure, Nikon D800, 17-35mm f/2.8, and Singh-Ray Filters 3-Stop Reverse GND Lady of the Valley - © 2016 Dave Allen Photography, All Rights Reserved. More at www.daveallenphotography.com/

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Mary HouseGorgeous, thank you

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