Fall in the Western North Carolina Mountains
Labor Day signifies the end of summer. But here in Western North Carolina it means that the glory and beauty of fall color is right around the corner. Fall is a popular tourist season here in the mountains. And with it comes not only majestic mountain views in full color, but crisp, cool mountain air, fall festivals, campfires, hayrides, corn mazes, bright starry evening skies and a warm fire in fireplace.
Whether you like to hike, mountain bike, take a waterfall tour or a scenic drive to the many places in the Smoky Mountains to see the colors, plan now for your trip to the Bryson City, Cherokee, and Sylva areas. Peak leaf season, which usually falls in mid-late October, brings people from all over the country, and the world, to our part of the mountains.
For more information on planning a weekend getaway or a week long adventure here in Western North Carolina, please visit our website at http://smokymtngetaways.net/ or give us a call at 828-586-8058.