Spring is a GREAT time to visit to Asheville. This is the time of the year when the surrounding Blue Ridge Mountains come alive with color as the mountain laurels and rhododendrons come into bloom. And with the weather warming, it’s also when the area’s outdoor recreation options spring back to life.
To help you plan a spring visit, following, are some of our suggestions for planning a fun and memorable getaway to “The Land of the Sky”…
Comfy Spots At Engadine- Find a spot to relax with a good book or to catch a sunset with someone special
Relax in our parlor or on the front porch where you can meet other interesting guests as they come and go
Check out two outdoor fire pits with spectacular views of the surrounding mountains
The chef’s table in the kitchen…come hang out with us over a cup of coffee or our signature hot chocolate
Waterfalls In Spring- The mild spring months are a great time to visit the quiet mountain forests to seek out the area’s famous thundering waterfalls…
At Dupont State Forest- High Falls, Triple Falls and Hooker Falls
Along US 276- Looking Glass Falls and Sliding Rock Falls
Near Highlands- Dry Falls and Bridal Veil Falls
Spring Hiking- Spring hikes offer spectacular views of mountain vistas… great spots for taking lots of memorable photos where the views are unencumbered by summer’s dense foliage…
North Carolina Arboretum- 10 miles of trails near downtown Asheville.
Dupont State forest- 3.5 -mile loop trail to view High, Triple and Hooker falls
Looking Glass Rock- A 6.5-mile hike with a 1,700-foot change of elevation offering spectacular views from the top
Spring Recreation- The cold weather provides incentive for those seeking out ways to work up a sweat …
Kayaking on the French Broad River
Ziplining at one of many area zipline attractions
Rock climbing offered by Fox Mountain Guides
Address2630 Smokey Park Hwy
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