Unique Fall Adventures in Asheville
Asheville attracts fall travelers for obvious reasons including stunning fall color, fabulous dining, and an impressive array of cultural attractions. Fall travelers who dig a bit deeper will realize that Asheville has a lot more to offer. Unique adventures abound in the mountains around Asheville and those who seek out these activities will find exceptional experiences.
Get an Up Close and Personal with the Mountains
Asheville is home to an impressive diversity of outdoor adventures. Hiking trails, waterfalls, whitewater rafting, and rock climbing are just a few of the outdoor activities available in the mountains around Asheville.
For a truly unique fall foliage experience, consider a zip line canopy tour with Navitat, one of Asheville's newest extreme outdoor outfitters.
If zipping through the trees is not your cup of tea, then check out these other eco-friendly fall activities:
Stunning Scenic Driving Opportunities
2010 marks the 75th Anniversary of the Blue Ridge Parkway. This scenic highway passes through Asheville and offers a birds eye view of fall foliage with numerous overlooks, hikes, picnic areas, camping spots and other outdoor activities.
If four wheels are not your preferred mode of scenic fall driving then check out our list of featured fall motorcycle rides. Don't have a motorcycle; don't fret, this page also lists where you can rent one for the day.
Fall Fun for the Whole Family
Many of the outdoor adventures listed above are family friendly; however for a truly unique kid centric fall adventure check out our list of fall harvest activities. The fall harvest brings corn mazes, farmers markets, and much more.
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