Asheville, NC – Adventure is Calling

January 15, 2021 11:59 am Published by Comments Off on Asheville, NC – Adventure is Calling

On this weekend we were scheduled to do Atlanta.  We were going to make the video theme around Martin Luther King Jr, filming Ebenezer Baptist Church.  Then George Floyed happened the Monday before, and 24 hours before we were to leave there was riots in downtown Atlanta, so made a quick decision to change to Asheville.  As a result we had no Prep on Asheville, but still was able to film a decent video.  We were able to contract with a helicopter company out of Virginia to be able to get good footage of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Asheville, nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, is a gateway city for adventure. Below are the addresses and links of what to do in Asheville, the places we feature in this video.

BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY (2:32) -Little Switzerland (2:45) Mile Marker 334 on Blue Ridge Parkway -Little Switzerland Bike Park  –A Framed Cabins Little Switzerland (2:58)  -Wildacres Tunnel (3:08) Mile Marker 336.8 -Crabtree Falls (3:16) Mile Marker 339.5 -Singecat Ridge Overlook (4:22) Mile Marker 345.3 -Glassmine Falls (4:34) Mile Marker 361.2 –Smoky Mountain Helicopter Tours 

RENTALS French Broad Outfitters (6:00) 704 Riverside Dr Asheville Zen Tubing 6:13) https://zentubing.com/ Wai Mauna SUP Tours (6:49) 192 Riverside Dr, Asheville, NC  Upstream Luxury Vacation Rentals (7:22)  Asheville Outdoor Center (7:36) 521 Amboy Rd, Asheville  French Broad Adventures (12:55) 9800 US 25, Marshall, NC  PARKS Woodfine Riverside Park (5:16) 1598 Riverside Dr Woodfin French Broad River Park (7:09) 508 Riverview Dr, Asheville Carrier Park (7:36) 220 Amboy Rd, Asheville Tree Tops Adventure Park (8:32) 85 Expo Dr Asheville, NC Pack Square Park (10:15) 80 Court Plaza, Asheville, NC Appalachian Trail (13:10) Hot Springs,

NC MUSEUMS Biltmore Estate (11:19)

RESTAURANTS, EATERIES, & BREWERIES Posana Restaurant (9:44) 1 Biltmore Ave, Asheville Mellow Mushroom (9:50) 50 Broadway St Asheville Off The Wagon Dueling Piano Bar (9:55) 22 N. Market St, Asheville New Belgium Brewery (6:44) 21 Craven St, Asheville, NC DSSOLVR Brewery (10:57) 63 N Lexington Ave, Asheville,

NC HOMES IN ASHEVILLE River Walk Community (5:26)

LODGING Ramada Inn (15:02) 148 River Ford Pkwy, Asheville,

MARSHALL, NC (12:11) Asheville is not only popular for its nature, but also its Art, music, architecture, and Beer., It is big enough to have good services & entertainment, yet it still has a small town atmosphere with under 100,000 in population. While we are going to focus largely on the tourist activities, what to do in Asheville, we are also going to show a couple of communities if you are interested in moving to the area. Asheville is popular for retirees, but now the dominant group moving in are 20-34 year old Millennials and young families. With UNC Asheville & Western Carolina University, as well as an area conducive to the active lifestyle it is popular for College Aged people. Asheville City Limits has seen its growth slow alittle bit in the last couple of years, but the 4 county area around it has seen a healthy growth, especially Waynesville & Maggie Valley where you can get more home for the money, yet still 20-30 minutes from Asheville. Now if you have the big bucks you move to Biltmore More Forest, wow. How would you like to live there. Oh and theres a Tropical Smoothie in Asheville, a plus for any city. So no matter what your reason is for coming to Asheville, maye to visit, to live, to hear some music, and maybe just to drink Beer, I think you will enjoy our Journey

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