By Malvika Kashyap
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Whatever time of year, you may come here for a simple escape to unwind. Start with the best mountain towns in North Carolina from our list.
10. Bryson City For anyone wishing to visit the park, Bryson City—which bills itself as the "gateway to the Smoky Mountains"—is a fantastic choice.
9. Brevard Brevard is conveniently located near some of North Carolina's most breathtaking waterfalls at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
8. Sylva In the sleepy town of Sylva, the Jackson County Courthouse is eminently visible on the hill at the end of Main Street.
7. Morganton The quaint hamlet of Morganton is located in the foothills and is surrounded by breathtaking landscape and exciting outdoor activities.
6. Burnsville Travelers going through this region of the Blue Ridge Mountains will find this town to be a fantastic base.
5. Boone It is a vibrant university town with less than 20,000 residents if you're seeking for something a little bigger in a small-town escape.
4. Highlands Spend some time exploring, get a quick snack or cup of coffee at Mountain Fresh Supermarket, or have lunch at one of the numerous eateries.
3. Blowing Rock With a blend of renovated old buildings and contemporary constructions, Blowing Rock's downtown exudes the charm of a genuine mountain community.
2. Banner Elk This little hamlet of around 1,000 residents is a desirable location with a village vibe and many attractions, whether you ski or not.
1. Hendersonville It's difficult to top the setting, which is in the Blue Ridge Mountains and close to wonderful hiking trails, gorgeous roads, and breathtaking waterfalls.
Major attractions are only available during the summer months in several of the mountain communities in North Carolina. Happy Travel!
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