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  1. ASHEVILLE — A large portion of the Blue Ridge Parkway is closed Dec. 6 due to winter weather, from the entrance of Mount Mitchell State Park at Milepost 355 to the entrance of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park at Milepost 469. This includes the roadway through Asheville.

    Much of Blue Ridge Parkway closed in Asheville, WNC due to wintery...
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  3. Best Cabins in Hillsville, VA - Cabins for Rent | Expedia

    Cozy Ennice Cabin on the Blue Ridge Parkway! Perfect Cabin in the Woods! Hot Tub, Fire Pit, WI-FI, Central A/C. Sparta. 10/10 Exceptional! (82 reviews) Cabin

  4. 10 Scenic Blue Ridge Road Trips That Should Be On Your Bucket ...

    The Blue Ridge Parkway, Shenandoah's Skyline Drive, and The Newfound Gap Road are some of the most scenic road trips in the area. The Waterfall Byway, Daughter of Stars Loop, and Blue Ridge Whiskey Wine Loop provide opportunities to explore waterfalls, indigenous history, and regional flavors. Blue Ridge - the name evokes images of rolling ...

  5. Cold Mountain Overlook (Blue Ridge Parkway MP 411.9) Read More: 30+ Great Things to Do in Pisgah National Forest. Courthouse Falls; Crabtree Falls (Blue Ridge Parkway MP 339) Cradle of Forestry (Forest Heritage Scenic Byway) Craggy Gardens (Blue Ridge Parkway MP 364) Craggy Pinnacle ; Daniel Ridge Falls; Deep Creek Trail (GSMNP)

  6. Answer Woman: Will Asheville have a white Christmas this year?

    Parkway closures explained: Answer Woman: Why is the Blue Ridge Parkway closed when it's warm and sunny in Asheville? The last time Asheville received a Christmas snowfall was in 2010, when ...

  7. Grandfather Mountain State Park, NC - North Carolina State Parks

    Permits can be filled out in person at the self-registration kiosks near the Boone Fork Parking Area on the Blue Ridge Parkway, and at the Profile Parking Area on Highway 105. If the Blue Ridge Parkway is closed, hikers can access the trails via the Asutsi Trail, adding 0.4 mile to their hike.

  8. Seeing the Blue Ridge Parkway Through the Eyes of a 30-Year ...

    Wild Perspective. Park Ranger and Wildlife biologist Tom Davis has been studying wildlife on the Blue Ridge Parkway for almost 30 years. He was tapped to help conduct the park’s first comprehensive survey of non-game species in 1994 and has since reconnoitered nearly every acre, ridgeline, and habitat along the iconic 469-mile byway.

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