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Outdoor recreation and outdoor adventures are seemingly endless in the Western North Carolina mountains, the outdoor playground of the Southeast. Acclaimed by numerous magazines as a top outdoor adventure destination, visitors enjoy whitewater rafting, mountain biking, hiking, outdoor tours and experiencing the highest mountain peaks in the entire Eastern U.S.
What adventure seekers will find in the Asheville area: natural waterslides, rollercoaster-like mountain bike trails, and stunning vistas that will take your breath away faster than a Ferris wheel. Whether you're into extreme sports or soft adventure, the mountains surrounding Asheville offer endless adventures. Outside magazine consistently ranks Asheville among its top destinations for outdoor recreation and adventures.
Come out to experience Western North Carolina's great adventure of flight lead by the most experienced adventure outfitter in the south, Wildwater and Adventure America Zipline Canopy Tour's. Asheville Zipline Canopy Adventures is their newest and …more
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With seventeen-plus years in the fly fishing guide business in Asheville, Altamont Anglers' experienced staff guide fishing enthusiasts to the finest trout and smallmouth bass fishing found in the Blue Ridge Mountains. …more
Appalachian Mountain Institute provides you with a fun and exciting outdoor adventure on the cliffs of North Carolina. AMI climbing guides are happy to work with beginning climbers and advanced climbers to provide you with a unique rock climbing …more
Approximately 300 miles of this Maine-to-Georgia primitive hiking trail spans North Carolina. Voted most popular outdoor destination by Blue Ridge Outdoors and favorite long distance trail by Backpacker Magazine. …more