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Horseback Riding Adventure on the Flame Azalea Trail
"Meet your guide at Arrowmont Stables and Cabins in Cullowhee about a 2-hour drive from Asheville. Get acquainted with equine behavior and receive riding tips during a 50-minute safety program via training video and live demonstration. Once you’re matched with a suitable horse snap on your helmet and practice horseback riding in the ring before setting off on the Flame Azalea Trail. Follow your guide through a hardwood and white pine forest flanked by azaleas before you emerge into an open meadow. Reaching 4200 feet in elevation you’re treated to sweeping views out of the Blue Ridge Parkway. Be on the lookout for wildlife including raptors soaring above. On the descent travel through the Old Fort Lodge — a former youth camp established in 1960 — before ending your tour back at the stables of the 200-acre (80-hectare) working horse farm."
From $75.00
 
Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden General Daytime Admission Pass
"The Four Seasons Garden gives visitors a glimpse of what we mean when we say “it’s a garden for all seasons.” All year long you’ll find a symphony of colors shapes and textures. The Cottage Garden offers sweet scents that take you back to grandma’s house. This area is a showcase of heirloom plants popular in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.Located between the Cottage and Canal Gardens The Crape Myrtle Grove offers visitors a place to rest in the shade. The Canal Garden includes a water feature framed by a fountain at each end. As long as a football field this garden offers new colors every season. The Scroll Garden is a study in shapes and textures as well as a garden for pollinators in the frost free months. Designed in a spiral tall plants progressively give way to ever shorter plants and The Allee Garden features a kid’s favorite — the tunnel fountain.The Ribbon Garden is accented by a curving channel of water that ends with streams of water playing a game of leapfrog while The Serpentine Garden is designed in a long meandering shape. It includes circular pools each portion themed with a different color.The Conifer is found at the end of the manicured gardens
From $13.00
 
Waterfall Canopy Zip Line Tour Plus Park Activity Pass at Foxfire Mountain Park
"This course has seven different lines and two sky bridges with several platforms each with their own unique characteristics. The tour lasts approximately 2-hours and will glide you right over their very own Lost Mine Falls. This tour starts with a short tutorial in their barn and beginner 60’ zip line to get your feet wet. Th"""Get set to experience the majesty and beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains with their classic zip line adventure the Waterfall Canopy Zip Line tour."title=Highlights&1=Ticket+to+the+Waterfall+Canopy+Zip+Line+Tour+at+Foxfire+Mountain+Adventure+Park&2=Enjoy+the+Great+Smoky+Mountains+in+a+memorable+and+active+way&3=Fly+over+a+60-foot+%2818-meter%29+waterfall&4=Use+the+included+Discover+Foxfire+activity+pFlexible
From $90.00

More Warnings and Dangers in Banner Elk

Cops not Cabs!!!!!!!!!!!!!

While playing downtown(in one of the two late-nite bars), be sure to have a sober(less than 8 beers) driver to get you home safe. We DO NOT have any cabs!!! But we do have a lot of kind, freindly and...
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Dec 06, 2005
 
 
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Mount Mitchell

Mount Mitchell is the highest peak in North Carolina. At a height of over 6,600 feet, Mount Mitchell is actually the highest peak east of the Mississippi. For those who want to stand atop the loftiest...
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