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The Best of the Blue Ridge - Smoky Mountains

In the years that we have traveled throughout the Blue Ridge - Smoky Mountains, we have discovered that each county has its own unique personality and attributes.  Understanding what's special about each one, helps you to decide which one or more you would enjoy most, whether it is for a visit or a relocation.   

Use the Blue Ridge Highlander, next time you are planning a trip or a move to the Blue Ridge - Smoky Mountains.

Click the state you want to discover on the map or use the links below the map to start your travels.

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Visit the North Georgia Mountain Communities

Visit the Western North Carolina Mountain Communities

Visit the Tennessee River Valley and Mountain Communities

Visit the South Carolina UpCountry Communities

 

Printable
State • Town • City • County • Guide

If you would like to know what towns are in each county, use links below for printable pages to find out.

North Georgia Mountain • Town Guide

Western North Carolina Mountain • City and Town Guide

Tennessee River Valley & Smoky Mountain • Town Guide

South Carolina UpCountry • Town Guide

 

 

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