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Take A Walk In Asheville’s Winter Waterfall Wonderland!

January 13th, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Asheville's Winter Waterfall WonderlandLooking for something fun to do during your Asheville getaway? How about a tour of the Asheville’s winter waterfall wonderland?

It sometimes seems like there is an endless supply of waterfalls to visit in the Asheville area. Some are near and some are far, some are big and some are small. The one thing they have in common is their beauty to the human eye.

Why we love falling water is anyone’s guess but waterfalls tend to entrance and attract us all. This can be particularly true during the colder months when the water freezes, leaving strange and incredible sculptures of ice.

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Waterfalls N’ Wine in Transylvania

October 11th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

Waterfalls N’ Wine in Transylvania

Visit beautiful Looking Glass Falls
on the Waterfalls N’ Wine Tour

As Halloween approaches, what could be more timely than a tour of Transylvania? Transylvania county in North Carolina, that is – and a tour called Waterfalls N’ Wine!

Autumn is a gorgeous time of year in this part of the country and Transylvania county ups the ante with over 250 waterfalls. The Pisgah Field School’s October Waterfalls N’ Wine tour is a fun and fascinating way to get out and see a few of them in full, fall-foliage regalia.

On top of it all, you get to attend a private wine tasting at Broad Street Wines in downtown Brevard, NC!

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The Best of Asheville’s Fall Foliage

September 27th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

Asheville's Fall FoliageIt can be hard to see summer come to an end but nature helps to soften the blow by gracing us with the multi-hued beauty of autumn – this is especially true of Asheville’s fall foliage!

Asheville’s fall foliage is some of America’s favorite – and no wonder! The Blue Ridge Mountains have one of the longest fall color seasons in the world, giving you the opportunity to take in some of the most colorful leaf-peeping vistas America has to offer, from late September through October to early November!

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