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When it comes to outdoor activities, Asheville's mountainous terrain is teeming with adventure. These Blue Ridge Mountains really have something beautiful to see for people of every skill-level and activity preference. For those that are content with a leisurely drive with a view, the Blue Ridge Parkway is a great place to start. Hiking trails are plentiful in Asheville and Black Mountain and mountain biking trails are also prevalent. Rafting and zipline canopy tours are also located within a quick drive.

Let these mountains inspire you and enjoy the change of pace of the mountain life!

Asheville is a mountain paradise for the well-traveled foodie, art observer, adventurous beer fanatic and die-hard outdoor enthusiast. No matter where your interests lie – there is so much opportunity to feed your passion (in just about anything). Boasting a large stretch of the Blue Ridge Parkway, over 44 Breweries, award-winning Restaurants, 30+ downtown art galleries (not to mention the 185 artist studios in the River Arts District), amazing festivals and access to countless hiking trail systems… the Asheville and Black Mountain areas will not disappoint the adventure you’re craving.

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Lake James, a 6000+ acre lake surrounded by the scenic Pisgah National Forest and the Linville Gorge Wilderness, is conveniently located east of Asheville and Black Mountain and just north of the town of Marion.

Nestled in Black Mountain in the Swannanoa Valley on the beautiful campus of Camp Rockmont for Boys, Lighter Mount Horsemanship offers many equine...


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