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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4 days ago

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Grandfather Mountain's lofty peaks are framed by fall foliage in MacRae Meadows, located at the mountain’s base. The park has seen considerable color development, and Appalachian State University biologist and “Fall Color Guy” Dr. Howie Neufeld believes visitors could see peak color next weekend and into the following week. ... See MoreSee Less

Grandfather Mountains lofty peaks are framed by fall foliage in MacRae Meadows, located at the mountain’s base. The park has seen considerable color development, and Appalachian State University biologist and “Fall Color Guy” Dr. Howie Neufeld believes visitors could see peak color next weekend and into the following week.

5 days ago

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Moonset at sunrise over Craggy Gardens. Taken by our friend & extraordinaire photographer, Justin Askew.Im working a later shift than normal this week so I decided I am going to get up and shoot a sunrise everyday. Headed up to Craggy around 6:15 this morning hopeful the sky would be full of clouds to catch the color from the sunrise... Well, there wasn't a single cloud in the sky. So I focused my attention on the setting moon and I have to say, this makes up for the lack of clouds. ... See MoreSee Less

Moonset at sunrise over Craggy Gardens. Taken by our friend & extraordinaire photographer, Justin Askew.

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Mountains is beautiful this time of year enjoy

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1 week ago

NC Blue Ridge

The Blue Ridge Mountains are a haven for dogs, and many restaurants and breweries allow you to bring your four-legged friend with you in their outdoor areas. The folks at Chimney Rock State Park just raised the bar by launching a special menu, specifically created for your pup!

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The Blue Ridge Mountains are a haven for dogs, and many restaurants and breweries allow you to bring your four-legged friend with you in their outdoor areas. The folks at Chimney Rock State Park just raised the bar by launching a special menu, specifically created for your pup!

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OMG that face! Puppies!

So much for those of us with alergies and a fear of dogs. Discrimination!!!!! I need an allergy free section. Leave ypur damn dogs at home.

2 weeks ago

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We love this beautiful bird's eye view of the Biltmore. 📷: Jared Kay at Amplified Media

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We sure do enjoy having the beautiful Biltmore around the corner!!

Any photo is great of this beautiful estate but THIS IS EXCEPTIONAL.Thanks much..brings back so many memories..

2 weeks ago

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2 weeks ago

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Check out Miss Sallie Gator, our BRMH mascot and furbaby of board member and photographer Halley Burleson of Appalachian Exposures. ... See MoreSee Less

Check out Miss Sallie Gator, our BRMH mascot and furbaby of board member and photographer Halley Burleson of Appalachian Exposures.

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Beautiful thank you for sharing

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