Surround yourself with beauty, relaxation and natural fun in Georgia’s Blue Ridge.
Relax in a mountain cabin overlooking peaceful ridges and valleys. Explore charming mountain towns. Ride the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway. Discover our rivers, streams, lakes and waterfalls. Hike, fish, shop or simply relax....read on....
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Explore Ellijay • East Ellijay • Gilmer County Georgia
One hour north of the hustle and bustle of Atlanta via I-575, the communities of Ellijay and East Ellijay welcome visitors to relax and enjoy a place of quaint mountain towns, friendly folks and genuine southern mountain culture.
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Jackson County is for Mountain Lovers...
Enjoy the outdoor wonderland that is Jackson County, N.C. We have "mom-approved" rafting, scenic hiking trails, great fly fishing, friendly downtowns and a nice selection of inns, lodges and mountain cabins.
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Murphy • Andrews • Brasstown
Our Mountain Top is serenely beautiful and adventure abounds. Choose from championship golf, hiking, horseback riding, spas, dining and boating & fishing on Lake Chatuge. Enjoy arts, crafts, antiquing, concerts, fairs and festivals and much more.
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Chimney Rock at Chimney Rock State Park
If new visitors know anything about us, they know Chimney Rock - the epic, ancient bit of granite that stands majestically over some of the most beautiful terrain you'll find. The views it offers across Hickory Nut Gorge are jaw-dropping....read on...
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Home of the Foxfire book series - the physical legacy built by high school students who took a real interest in their heritage while producing The Foxfire Magazine, an ongoing documentation of Southern Appalachia. Truly unique artifact collection in/around 20+ log cabins.
Visitors to the Foxfire Museum in Mountain City, GA, can imaginatively re-create the works and days of southern Appalachia in the 1800s.
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John C Campbell Folk School offers creative, learning vacations for adults in a beautiful natural setting. With classes in craft, art, music, dance, cooking, gardening, nature studies, photography and writing.
Discover why Rand McNally Atlas named the Folk School one of the top 30 U.S. destinations for a day’s visit in their Best of the Road listing. Numerous walking trails meander the 300-acre campus, including the Rivercane Walk, a creekside trail with art honoring the strong Cherokee heritage of the Appalachian area....read on...
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