Top 8 Ways to “Fall” in Love with Asheville

 

Fall is finally in the air and today, as we celebrate the first official day of the season, we bask in all the adventures that autumn has to offer in Asheville. Fall is one of the most popular times to visit Western North Carolina, famous for the vibrant colors and vivacious culture.

Ready to plan your trip? We’ve compiled our…

 

Top 8 Ways to “Fall” in Love with Asheville!

(Pumpkin spice not included)

 

1). Leaf Looking – Undoubtedly a fan favorite for the Fall. Vibrant colors, crisp air, there is no better time to book your tour with us on the Blue Ridge Parkway. “America’s Favorite Drive” entices more than 20 million travelers each year to wind along the scenic roadway that meanders across the mountains 469 miles from the Shenandoah to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

2). Sierra Nevada – Journey with us to the copper gates of Sierra Nevada Brewing in Mills River. Autumn is a perfect time to taste the fresh new harvest flavors of our local breweries. Sierra Nevada taps our fall favorite, Celebration IPA with a massive release party Oct. 15.

3). Taste of Biltmore – Through Oct. 31, Biltmore celebrates the bountiful harvest with the Taste of Biltmore. Discovery this legendary estate through the eyes of their chefs, farmers and winemakers with demos, farm-to-table dinners and wine tastings.

4). Apple picking in Hendersonville – One of our favorite pastimes comes to life just south of Asheville. Hendersonville is ripe with fall activities from apple picking and hayrides to corn mazes and pumpkin patches.

5). Winery Tour –With over 15 wineries in the rolling hills and valleys of WNC, winery tours are a wonderful way to take in Fall in WNC. In 2017, Asheville was named one of the new “Top Ten Cities for Wine Snobs,” by the Travel Channel. Check out our tour page and start your journey to the breathtaking vineyards of the Appalachian Mountains.

6). WNC Cheese Trail – Spend an afternoon with us touring the WNC Cheese Trail. From goat cheese to rare aged artisans, there are over a dozen creameries in Western North Carolina, many that offer tours and tastings.

7). Oktoberfest – Lederhosen? Check. Beer? Check. Transportation? Check! Plan your trip for the 2017 Asheville Oktoberfest in Downtown Asheville on Saturday, October 7. This celebration is one not to miss, and one to definitely plan for a seasoned, safe driver.

8). Tryon International Equestrian Center – An international hub for many of the world’s top equestrian athletes, a visit to Tryon is a great way to spend the day. Watch riders and horses from around the nation compete, and shop and dine at one of the nation’s premier riding facilities. Check out their calendar for a complete listing of events.

 

 

Book your trip today and experience this amazing season in style with Asheville Premier Transportation.