Fall is soon to give in to winter here in the mountains of Western North Carolina, but that doesn't mean that there aren't plenty of things to do and see in Asheville! We can't discredit the
Black Mountain North Carolina
Black Mountain, North Carolina is the charming town located approximately 20 minutes East of Asheville, North Carolina. This quaint town has a population of just under 8,000 adn is part of the greater Asheville Metropolitan area. It's named for the old train stop at the Black Mountain Depot and located at the southern end of the Black Mountain Range of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The first road was built in the area in 1950 and the followed by a railroad in 1879 and the town was incorporated in 1893. Full of history Black Mountain has many historic districts and places such as Black Mountain College, Black Mountain College District, Black Mountain Downtown Historic District, Guastavino, Sr., Estate, Monte Vista, Hotel, and Thomas Chapel A.M.E. Zion church.
Downtown Black Mountain features many local and eclectic shops that thrive on the seasonal tourism. Catering to those visiting the area are many quaint bed and breakfasts. The town is in close proximity to several Christian retreat areas including Ridgecrest, Montreat Conference Center, and Billy Graham Training Center.
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