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As many know, Kati and I have built a cabin in the mountains of western North Carolina.  We love getting out of Florida and driving up to the cabin.  The drive itself seems to transform us.  Lower our blood pressure.  Make us more relaxed.  We love getting to the cooler temperatures and mountain lakes.

It is wonderful to experience the fall when it comes and turns the entire mountainside into a plethora of colors.  In the summer it is so lush with green and the temperatures rarely get higher than 75 degrees.  And we love the winter as well sitting in front of the fireplace enjoying a drink or playing cards.  All year round, we love visiting with friends and family at the cabin and experiencing the mountain life. No matter how many places we travel to, and how many different countries we explore, our mountain cabin is always our favorite place to go.

North Carolina boasts some of the best mountain towns in the entire United States. From the awe-inspiring Blue Ridge Mountains to the slopes of the Appalachians these towns offer a blend of outdoor adventures, cultural allure and small-town enchantment. Whether you’re seeking a weekend escape or an extended vacation North Carolinas mountain towns cater to all tastes and preferences.

Exploring North Carolinas Finest Mountain Towns

The mountain towns of North Carolina rank among the states most sought-after destinations. From the vibrant city life of Asheville to the village atmosphere of Blowing Rock lets discover five mountain towns in this beautiful region.

Brevard; A Quaint Gem with Enchanting Appeal

Nestled in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains Brevard is a town that exudes charm. With over 8,000 residents it offers a retreat, from bustling city life. Brevard thrives on its arts and music scene and provides an array of outdoor pursuits for everyone to enjoy—ranging from invigorating hikes and bike rides to serene fishing trips or thrilling kayaking adventures.

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Asheville; An Epicenter of Culture, in the Mountains

Asheville situated in North Carolina holds the distinction of being the largest city in the region. Renowned for its arts and cultural scene this city boasts an array of museums, galleries and performance venues. Additionally, Asheville is celebrated for its thriving craft beer industry and culinary offerings. Nature enthusiasts flock to this destination well with opportunities for hiking, biking and camping amidst the breathtaking mountains that surround it.

Exploring the Top 5 Mountain Towns in North Carolina

Take a drive along the Blue Ridge Parkway and admire the views.

Boone; Where Academia Meets Thrilling Outdoor Experiences

Nestled within the Blue Ridge Mountains lies Boone—a college town that has captivated both students and outdoor enthusiasts alike. Home to Appalachian State University Boone offers a multitude of opportunities to explore natures wonders. From miles upon miles of hiking trails to ski resorts catering to winter sports enthusiasts—this town truly embraces a diverse range of outdoor activities.

Blowing Rock; A Quaint Haven Amidst Mountain Serenity

Tucked away in the tranquil embrace of the Blue Ridge Mountains is Blowing Rock—a mountain village exuding peace and tranquility. With a population over 1,000 residents it serves as an escape from bustling city life. Here you’ll discover an assortment of shops restaurants showcasing local flavors and captivating art galleries. Embracing enthusiasts with arms as well—Blowing Rock offers an array of activities ranging from invigorating hikes and thrilling bike rides to serene fishing trips or peaceful kayaking excursions—ensuring there’s something, for everyone.

Highlands; A Delightful Mountain Getaway

Highlands stands as a town nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains. With, over 2,000 residents it becomes a haven to escape the fast-paced city life. The town boasts an array of shops, eateries and art galleries offering a range of activities for enthusiasts. From invigorating hikes and exhilarating bike rides to tranquil fishing trips and adventurous kayaking experiences Highlands caters to everyone’s preferences.

Our Final Word

The mountain towns of North Carolina hold something for everyone. Whether you’re drawn to the vibrant city atmosphere of Asheville. Captivated by the quaint charm of Blowing Rock, these five mountain towns rank among the best destinations in the state. Just keep in mind these are not the only ones.  There is Sylva, Franklin and Cherokee to name a few.  There are many others, each with their own personalities and charm.  Whether you seek a rejuvenating weekend getaway or an extended vacation, North Carolinas mountain towns have offerings that cater to every individual.

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