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At Anchor Fly, we invite you to experience the Blue Ridge Parkway with a trout on the fly! From traditional dry fly fishing to euro-nymphing and tight line techniques, our professional staff will customize your experience and fishing location based on your desires. Our certified guides cater to anglers… Read More
The Blue Ridge National Heritage Area comprises the 25 westernmost counties in North Carolina, 11,000 square miles of scenic beauty among some of the oldest mountains in the world. The Blue Ridge Parkway serves as something of a “Main Street” through the region, and visitors can access many quaint… Read More
The Blue Ridge Parkway is no ordinary road. With grand mountains on either side, rich Appalachian cultures along the way and stunning landscapes from beginning to end, this is a journey unlike any in the world. But IT TAKES HARD WORK, AMPLE RESOURCES AND STEADY COMMITMENT to maintain this unforgettable… Read More
Conservation Trust for North Carolina (CTNC) partners with the National Park Service to conserve land along the Blue Ridge Parkway. Conservation makes possible the scenic views, wildlife habitat, and access to trails that make this a premier destination for park visitors. Visit ctnc.org/parkway to learn more about our work. Read More
The Cradle of Forestry in America is a 6500-acre historic site created by Congress in 1968 that commemorates the birthplace of science-based forest management in the United States. The site is open April – November and offers three miles of paved interpretive trails, exhibits, film, music, crafts, education programs,… Read More
FRIENDS of the Blue Ridge is a non-profit, volunteer, and membership organization dedicated to protecting and preserving the Blue Ridge region. Members financially support FRIENDS programs. FRIENDS chapters are community-based organizations that empower and coordinate volunteers, projects, and events in their local areas. We extend our reach… Read More