The fall color around Asheville is really starting to show, especially in the higher elevations. Don't miss the full fall color report, your source for what the experts are saying, and our recommendations on the best hikes, drives, events and deals of the week.
Asheville is fortunate to have one of the most dramatic displays of fall foliage in the country. Extreme elevations, and more than 100 species of deciduous (leaf shedding) trees, give the Blue Ridge Mountains one of the longest and most vibrant leaf seasons.
Fall foliage draws many leaf peepers to the mountains so be sure to book a room now to secure your seat for the big show. Need assistance? Our Concierge can help find the best Asheville accommodations for your needs. Also, be sure to check our Deal of the Day for special rates (perfect for the last minute traveler).
The unique range of elevations and bio-diversity in the Western North Carolina mountains gives this area one of the longest foliage seasons in the U.S.Click for more information.
The 2012 fall leaf season is almost upon us! Starting in September, check back here for up to date information on the best locations to discover brilliant fall color.Click for more information.
This is a guide to the best scenic fall drives whether you're visiting in early fall (late September to early October), mid-fall (early late October) or late fall (late October to early November).Click for more information.
Take advantage of your insider knowledge about the long leaf season.Click for more information.