Nothing works up an appetite more than cheering on your favorite North Carolina college football team. Here’s our pick of restaurants to eat at on game day. View Part One of the list here.
Devised in the North Carolina mountains, the famed Yaller Hammer trout fly ties an angler to history, heritage, and — if he’s lucky — a catch to remember.
Today’s Tarzans and Janes trade jungle vines for zip lines in Barnardsville.
The Tar Heel state sparkles with so many superlatives, it’s a wonder anyone ever leaves at all. But if crossing the state line is an absolute must, pack a few of these items to take along a little Southern comfort wherever you’re headed.
Tweetsie. If the name alone doesn’t make you smile, memories of visiting the Wild West-themed railroad will put a grin on your face.
The High Country’s range of elevation makes for great leaf-viewing opportunities throughout October. Learn where to spot the best fall color with our guide.
A yurt resort overlooking Fontana Lake offers campers far more than s’mores.
The Cheoah River is clogged with trees, underwater dangers, and big water. It’s almost too dangerous to raft. Just ask one of the few who’ve made it down.
If you don’t mind working for your waterfalls, lace up your hiking boots and journey to Transylvania County. The hikes are strenuous, but the payoff is sublime.