Blue Ridge - Smoky Mountains Travel Guide
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Highlander Gallery March Hours...
Friday, & Saturday
11 am to 5 pm
10079 Old Highway 64 • Brasstown NC
We are in the process of making a LOT of changes and upgrades to the Highlander, and will be premiering these changes Summer 2024, which will be our 28th year anniversary.
In the meanwhile...
We still have a great magazine/travel site with more articles and information on the Blue Ridge - Smoky Mountains than you could find anywhere else, use the links above to find what you are looking for. Enjoy and feel free to write to us to let us know what you would like to see in the new and improved Highlander.
Use this link to share your ideas of what you would like to see added to the Highlander. Continue to check out the progress, each week you will see something new...enjoy..
Stay Safe and enjoy these beautiful, peaceful mountains....
One of the special wonders in these mountains is the Blue Ridge Parkway. The Parkway begins or ends on the edge of the Shenandoah National Park in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia the Blue Ridge Parkway travels 469-miles southwestern along the high ridges and over the tall mountain peaks of the Blue Ridge Mountains ending or beginning at the southern gateway to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
To get the most out of your scenic road trip the Highlander suggest starting out early and begin your journey from the town of Cherokee where the Blue Ridge Parkway officially ends at the southern entrance gateway into the Great Smoky Mountain National Park.
Take a trip on the Cherohala Skyway Scenic Byway and it is mobile ready. The Cherohala Skyway's 36-miles of scenic mountain views rival any scenic byway in the eastern United States. Mountaintops, waterfalls and waterways joined together with wildlife and giant trees, adorn this high country of eastern Tennessee and western North Carolina. I was very impressed with Spirit Ridge Overlook with an elevation of 4,950-feet. This is by far the best handicap access location along the Cherohala Skyway.
The average trip over the Skyway takes 2 1/2-hours, if you just want to drive and view scenery. I would recommend setting aside the best part of the day to enjoy some of the bigger than life features the Cherohala Skyway and Unicoi Mountain Wilderness have to offer.
Read more.. A day trip on the Cherohala Skyway Scenic Byway
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