The High Country of North Carolina has always been a feast of the senses, but now, more than ever, is becoming a huge foodie destination.
Create your own family stories and traditions by participating in some of the NC High Country’s four seasons of recreational activities.
Doc Watson was inspired by the High Country, you’ll find that this mountain folk music will capture your heart as well.
Cyclo.Via • Celebrate Human Powered Fun, portions of Howard Street, Depot Street, and Rivers Street are closed to vehicular traffic, but open to Human Powered Fun! Enjoy biking, walking, running, stroller pushing, and many fun activities! So decorate your bike, bring your family, and experience Boone Cyclovia!
North Carolina has 1,600 growers producing an estimated 50 million Fraser fir Christmas trees growing on over 25,000 acres. The North Carolina Christmas Tree Industry is ranked second in the nation in number of trees harvested.
North Carolina has 1,600 growers producing an estimated 50 million Fraser fir Christmas trees growing on over 25,000 acres. Fraser Fir trees represent over 90% of all species grown in North Carolina. The North Carolina Christmas Tree Industry is ranked second in the nation in number of trees harvested.
The northern counties in Western North Carolina are commonly known as the state’s High Country. Centered around Boone, the High Country boasts the area’s most popular ski resorts, including Ski Beech, Appalachian Ski Mountain, and Sugar Mountain.
Beau Soleil Collège Alpin International • This is a documentary on the boarding school in Switzerland which the Managing Partner & Innkeeper of The Mast Farm Inn, Danielle Deschamps Stabler, attended for 4 years, prior to attending college in London for 4 years where she graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications.