Travel Through the Blue Ridge Mountains

The Blue Ridge Mountains are a pretty little sliver of the great Appalachian Mountains in the eastern United States. They begin in Georgia and make their way up through South Carolina, Tennessee, North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, and end in Pennsylvania. They are beautiful, mystifying, and full of history and opportunities for exploration.

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In Georgia, 90 miles north of Atlanta, the Blue Ridge Mountains offer a scenic view of the horizon. You can rent luxury cabins tucked away from the busy life of the city deep in the mountain. More than anything, the best thing to do when you’ve rent a cabin with the Blue Ridge Mountains as scenery is to relax and take your time, but if you feel the need to keep moving you can hike, enjoying the surrounding nature and waterfalls, float down the Toccoa River, fish, explore the rigors of the Appalachian Trail, and explore the history of nearby town life.

In North Carolina you have historic destinations that provide a look into the romantic history of America. The highest peak of the Blue Ridge Mountains is Mount Mitchell, the highest summit in North America east of the Mississippi River, rests in Asheville, a historic mountain town perfect for exploring any time of the year. With the world famous Biltmore Estate and galleries featuring an array of artwork and affordable vintage accessories, Asheville NC has something to please every taste.

Asheville also features the Blue Ridge Parkway, one of the most scenic driving routes in America, and hundreds of beautiful waterfalls to visit nearby. There are pet-friendly guides of the town if you’re traveling with your four-legged best friend, hiking trails, mountain biking opportunities, fishing spots, and more.

The Blue Ridge Mountains offer a wealth of beauty and once-in-a-lifetime fun for any traveler. If you’re thinking of a memorable road trip, driving through the Blue Ridge Mountains might be your best bet.