The BSG is a challenging to strenuous full English century – 100 mile loop ride starting and ending at the Valle Crucis Elementary School, approximately 5 miles south of Boone, North Carolina.
The views are ancient. The experiences are all brand new. Anyone who visits Grandfather Mountain discovers a place that inspires awe through natural wonders. High above sea level, you’ve never felt so grounded. A small part of you is still 9 years old. And fascinated by butterflies.
Appalachian Ski Mountain is a special place to choose for your vacation, daycation, or family trip. From the moment you arrive, you will notice the attention to detail.
Beech Mountain Resort is a total Winter experience. With excellent skiing, day or night, and a charming Alpine Village filled with intriguing shops, tempting restaurants and more.
Located 30 minutes from The Mast Farm Inn, Sugar Mountain, North Carolina is perhaps best known for the ski area, the largest ski area in North Carolina
”Cycling sports are gaining in popularity across the nation, but few locations offer as much diversity as the mountains, hills and flatlands of Western North Carolina’s High Country.” ~ Peter Morris
One of the most established Fine Art Galleries in the High Country of Western North Carolina, Carlton Gallery features a spirited collection of artwork in all mediums with over 200 local, regional, and national artists.
Over 1.4 million people have seen Horn in the West since it opened in 1952. Loved by young and old, the Horn in the West drama, written by Dr. Kermit Hunter, is located in the heart of Boone, North Carolina in one of the most beautiful outdoor theatres in the country.
Fun for the entire family less than 10 minutes from Boone and Blowing Rock, North Carolina. Visit Mystery Hill to see water flow up hill, lose your shadow, stand inside a giant soap bubble, explore history, marvel at the Indian Artifacts, take great photos or treasure hunt in the gift shop.
The Mountains of North Carolina are rich in history. The Cherokee Indians, Daniel Boone and other early explorers and settlers are an important part of the history of our country. At the Hickory Ridge Living History Museum you can learn what life was like in the 1700s as our country was formed.