Explore the Area

Surrounding Pure Carolina, you’ll find a vibrant area dotted with eclectic mountain towns, incredible restaurants and night-life, a distinctive arts community, and world-renowned places of beauty.

Asheville, N.C.

A mix of historic and modern vibes, Asheville is just minutes away from Pure Carolina. Known as both a foodies’ paradise and an art-lover’s dream, there is always something special to explore in this amazing mountain town.

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Black Mountain, N.C.

Just 15 miles east of Asheville, Black Mountain has been called “one of the prettiest small towns in America” by Trip Advisor. This chic mountain town is an extension of Asheville’s art, music, and food scene, offering more to enjoy just outside your back door.

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Black Mountain, N.C.

Just 15 miles east of Asheville, Black Mountain has been called “one of the prettiest small towns in America” by Trip Advisor. This chic mountain town is an extension of Asheville’s art, music, and food scene, offering more to enjoy just outside your back door.

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World-renowned Beauty

From the National Wild and Scenic Chattooga River to the elegant Biltmore Estate, Pure Carolina lies in the heart of an area known for its rustic elegance and natural beauty. Nearby you will find one of the most popular National Parks, the Blue Ridge Parkway. And the Jocassee Gorges, named “one of the 50 last great places on earth” by National Geographic, contains vast and immeasurable natural wonders to be explored. Your adventure awaits.

Jocassee Gorges
Chatooga River

The Carolina Crescent

The Carolina Crescent encompasses over 1,000,000 acres of protected forests and land with an unsurpassed biological and geological diversity. In the field of academia, this portion of the Blue Ridge escarpment is found to be one of the most resilient places in the entire world.

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The Carolina Crescent

The Carolina Crescent encompasses over 1,000,000 acres of protected forests and land with an unsurpassed biological and geological diversity. In the field of academia, this portion of the Blue Ridge escarpment is found to be one of the most resilient places in the entire world.

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