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Known today as “Judaculla Rock”, the strange stone mound protrudes from the earth just as it did centuries ago, much earlier even than the Cherokee Indians had begun to inhabit the region. According to most estimates by geologists, the stone’s markings date back as much as 3000 years, though on Raliegh-based group a number of years ago supposed that some of the petroglyphs covering the boulder could be twice as old as previous estimates, if not more.

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Whisper Mountain, North Carolina

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fuckyeahchristyskimmyhorn: Cabin in Asheville, Carolina del Nord

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Waynesville, NC

Waynesville NC is set amidst some of the most breathtaking mountains and forests in the country.

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12 Reasons to Visit National Parks in the Off-Season

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

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Abbington Green Bed & Breakfast Inn - Asheville, NC

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Where to Eat and Drink in Asheville, North Carolina

For years, Asheville has been craft beer nirvana. Now, thanks to homegrown and new-to-town chefs, it’s the food that’s leading the way.

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