Is that time again! It seems like just last month that the Biltmore Estate was swathed in gold and pearls, with each room of the massive estate outfitted with a sparkling tree. November 4th throught January 7th, the Biltmore will hold it's annual Candlelight Evenings event- something that has to be seen to be believed.
It's getting closer.... a noticeable chill in the air cutting through the afternoon warmth. A slight crunch beneath your feet and - most excitingly - a new hue tinting the foliage in our mountains. One look at our fall leaves and it's no wonder that this is a most popular time of the year to visit.
It's best to start planning now: autumn is one of -if not THE- most popular season to visit western North Carolina. The weather is starting to change, allowing for a much needed crispness to cut through the humidity, and everything is buzzing with anticipation. So let's take a look at some events and activities that embody the arts and natural beauty of Western North Carolina during this fantastic season.
As the temperature rises, enjoying the outdoors in western North Carolina can get difficult without somewhere to cool down and relax. Luckily, there are several bodies of water to take a much needed dip in, should you get overheated.
Here in Asheville we live, breathe, and (of course) drink beer, which is why we are so excited about the Beer City Festival! Saturday of Memorial Day Weekend, 30+ local craft beer vendors from around the area bring their best brews for ticket holders to sample. The event takes place on Roger McGuire Green in Pack's Square Park, downtown.