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A Lot of Fun in a Little Town

A Lot of Fun in a Little Town October 22, 2010 | What's New | Read More
Just because Asheville’s a little town doesn’t mean it doesn’t know how to party like a city twice its size!  If you’re looking for a down-to-earth introduction to what this town’s all about, look no further than Jack of the Wood.  A local favorite for both the young...

A Culinary Trip Down South

A Culinary Trip Down South October 15, 2010 | What's New | Read More
Ever wondered what true Southern cooking tastes like?  In Asheville, you’re really in for a treat in Southern cooking.  Check out the Corner Kitchen, one of the best places to eat some truly delicious food in Asheville.  Recognized by both locals and tourists alike, this is definitely not to...

A Hike into the Sky at Grandfather Mountain

A Hike into the Sky at Grandfather Mountain October 8, 2010 | What's New | Read More
  If outdoors is where you feel most at home, be prepared for a true treat as you hike to the top of Grandfather Mountain.  In Asheville, hiking reigns supreme.  Towering high above the Blue Ridge Mountains is Grandfather Mountain, the highest point in the entire mountain chain.  The mountain at...

A Stay at the Bent Creek Lodge

A Stay at the Bent Creek Lodge October 1, 2010 | What's New | Read More
It’s true, the popularity of Asheville has become widespread.  If you’re traveling to this beautiful section of North Carolina, a stay at the Bent Creek Lodge is in order.  At the foot of the mountains lies this beautiful inn.  With convenient access to both Downtown Asheville and the...

Hiking in Asheville

Hiking in Asheville August 2, 2010 | Things to Do | Read More
Located in the middle of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Asheville is comfortably situated within a valley with rolling hills rising from all sides. As such, Asheville is close to some of the best hiking on the east coast. Just 35 miles from Asheville is the highest peak on the east coast, Mt. Mitchell. This...