Perched on the crest of the Blue Ridge atop the Eastern Continental Divide, the Orchard at Altapass occupies a unique spot in both America’s landscape and history. the Orchard has been a vital travel route since our continent’s earliest settlers began exploring these mountains. Buffalo and elk traversed here, followed by the Cherokee Indians and eventually European settlers.Read more about The Orchard at Altapass
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Do you enjoy skiing or snowboarding? Or are you looking to learn for the first time? If so, then Western North Carolina is a great destination for you this winter. Home to six ski mountains, Western North Carolina has many opportunities for the snow seeking adventurer.
Listed below are the ski mountains of Western North Carolina and their contact information. Happy Skiing from the Blue Ridge National Heritage Area!Read more about Winter Skiing
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Nestled in the High Country in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina is the charmingly rustic small town of Lansing, a prime travel destination in Ashe County.
From Villages and Trading Centers
Like numerous villages throughout Ashe County, Lansing began as a small trading center for the local agrarian population. It is not known where the name Lansing originated, but the name was used in the establishment of a post office on August 24, 1882. Lansing was one of the county's many modestly-sized rural communities in 1896.Read more about Lansing
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Read more about Blowing Rock Art and History Museum
The Blowing Rock Art and History Museum, located in ithe small village of Blowing Rock, NC, works to promote and celebrate the visual arts, history, and rich heritage of the Blue Ridge Mountains.Read more about Blowing Rock Art and History Museum
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