October 6, 2011

Red, Yellow, and Orange Mountain Fun Has Just Begun

A vacation in an Asheville cabin at this time of year offers excitement that will make you feel like a kid again. There's something about the changing season that invigorates the soul. Maybe your delight will be found in the swirl of colorful leaves blowing across a river, maybe in a relaxing moment sipping hot apple cider while drinking in a mountain vista, or maybe just in the comfort of cozying up in your favorite soft sweater. Elevations above 4,500 feet offer peak fall colors this weekend. Asheville sits at 2,200 feet, so you'll want to take a drive to find the rainbow of autumn color. The best places to get up high for a good view are are all accessible from the Blue Ridge Parkway: Mount Pisgah, Mount Mitchell, Graveyard Fields and Grandfather Mountain. Dozens of opportunities for family fun are listed on the Blue Ridge Parkway Calendar of Events.

Carolina Mornings offers vacation rentals in locations all around Asheville, from neighborhood homes in town, like Elkhorn Cabin, to mountain retreats located only a few miles away, like Mockingbird Hill. Explore Carolina Morning's expansive list of rentals to find the perfect place for your vacation. And remember, nights in Asheville are starting to get cold, a perk for the changing colors, so pack a warm sweater!

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