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MYMU mountains
Waynesville, NC is one of MYMU mountains.

1. Waynesville, NC

Waynesville, NC
Stadt · 8 Tipps und Bewertungen

Visit North CarolinaVisit North Carolina: Look for the "Old Time Music" art installation. It's made of recycled materials and celebrates Waynesville's history of street performers and music festivals.

Downtown Sylva is one of MYMU mountains.

2. Downtown Sylva

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Sylva, NC
Platz · 5 Tipps und Bewertungen

Visit North CarolinaVisit North Carolina: The Jackson County Courthouse, perched atop a hill at the end of Main Street, is rumored to be the most photographed courthouse in the nation. Have you snapped it?

Nantahala Outdoor Center (NOC) is one of MYMU mountains.

3. Nantahala Outdoor Center (NOC)

13077 Highway 19 W, Bryson City, NC
Andere Naturgebiete · 15 Tipps und Bewertungen

Visit North CarolinaVisit North Carolina: The NOC is home to the 2013 ICF Canoe Freestyle World Championships. It's also a popular spot for amateur whitewater rafters, canoeists and kayakers. Have you paddled it?

Wildwater's  Nantahala Gorge Adventure Center is one of MYMU mountains.

4. Wildwater's Nantahala Gorge Adventure Center

10345 US Hwy 19/74, Bryson City, NC
Andere Naturgebiete · 1 Tipp

Visit North CarolinaVisit North Carolina: The Great Smoky Mountains boast more species of trees than all of Europe. Have you enjoyed their color from a zipline?

Soda Pops Ice Cream Shop is one of MYMU mountains.

5. Soda Pops Ice Cream Shop

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141 Everett Street, Bryson City, NC
Eisdiele · 12 Tipps und Bewertungen

Visit North CarolinaVisit North Carolina: This family owned ice cream shop offers delicious handcrafted sundaes like chocolate peanut butter cheesecake, very berry and pumpkin pie cheesecake (in season). What's your favorite flavor?

Museum of the Cherokee Indian is one of MYMU mountains.

6. Museum of the Cherokee Indian

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589 Tsali Blvd, Cherokee, NC
Geschichtsmuseum · 9 Tipps und Bewertungen

Visit North CarolinaVisit North Carolina: Visit the Museum of the Cherokee Indian to experience the 11,000-year-old Cherokee story through ancient artifacts, computer generated imagery, artwork, life-sized figures, dioramas and more.

Corner Kitchen is one of MYMU mountains.

7. Corner Kitchen

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3 Boston Way (All Souls Crescent), Asheville, NC
Café · 75 Tipps und Bewertungen

Visit North CarolinaVisit North Carolina: Dine like a president: The Obamas enjoyed dinner here in April 2010. According to the Corner Kitchen blog, they ate corn and crab chowder, mahi mahi, the lobster taco appetizer and more. Mehr erfahren.

Rutherfordton, NC is one of MYMU mountains.

8. Rutherfordton, NC

North Carolina
Großstadt · 3 Tipps und Bewertungen

Visit North CarolinaVisit North Carolina: While you're here, take a walking tour of the only remaining cluster of antebellum houses and public structures in the southern foothills of North Carolina. Mehr erfahren.

Rutherfordton, NC is one of MYMU mountains.

9. Rutherfordton, NC

North Carolina
Großstadt · 3 Tipps und Bewertungen

Visit North CarolinaVisit North Carolina: Keep your eyes peeled for signs marking the Cherry Bounce Trail, a route filled with natural beauty, historic sites and the memories of old-time moon shiners who frequented this area years ago.

Forest City, NC is one of MYMU mountains.

10. Forest City, NC

North Carolina
Großstadt · 4 Tipps und Bewertungen

Visit North CarolinaVisit North Carolina: Take a closer look at the trees that line the downtown streets. They're wrapped in more than half a million decorative lights that illuminate the town during the holiday season. Mehr erfahren.

Forest City, NC is one of MYMU mountains.

11. Forest City, NC

North Carolina
Großstadt · 4 Tipps und Bewertungen

Visit North CarolinaVisit North Carolina: Forest City was first known as Burnt Chimney, named for the remains of a chimney that marked an important crossroads here. A replica of the chimney stands on the public square today. Can you spot it?