NC Blue Ridge - Visit the North Carolina Blue Ridge Mountains

NC Blue Ridge

Visit the North Carolina Blue Ridge Mountains

Visit the North Carolina Blue Ridge Mountains

Visit the North Carolina Blue Ridge Mountains

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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Interactive Map

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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3 days ago

NC Blue Ridge

In honor of Earth Day, the artists at Southern Highland Craft Guild are showcasing hand-made sustainable crafts that will last for years, and help reduce single-use consumption. Check out their products available online and learn about upcoming live demonstrations at the Folk Art Center.Celebrate Earth Day with the SHCG - mailchi.mp/craftguild/earthday2019
The artists of the Southern Highland Craft Guild are conscious of how their work impacts the environment. Find out how, and check out products that are available to reduce waste.
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2 weeks ago

NC Blue Ridge

If you're in Black Mountain tomorrow, then drop by the Swannanoa Valley Museum & History Center, which opens for the season tomorrow!Guess who opens for the season tomorrow? We do! Come see our beautiful Beacon Blankets exhibit, enjoy our permanent regional history exhibit upstairs, and glance up at our brand-new sharp looking sign! ... See MoreSee Less

If youre in Black Mountain tomorrow, then drop by the Swannanoa Valley Museum & History Center, which opens for the season tomorrow!
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