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Blue Ridge Parkway Courtesy of ExploreAsheville.com
Drive: The Blue Ridge Parkway, a 469-mile mystical mountain
route dubbed "America's Favorite Drive," stretches from Great Smoky
Mountains National Park to Shenandoah National Park. Head to the
southwestern segment near Asheville, North Carolina, where leaf season
runs long. Room rates are less expensive in late September and early
November, but the colors are still beautiful.
Stop: In early fall thousands of migrating monarch butterflies
bound for Mexico pass through the mountains 35 minutes south of
Asheville. Best view: the parkway's Wagon Road Gap overlook. Nearby,
crunch into a fresh-picked apple at Orchard at Altapass or hit the corn
maze at Hickory Nut Gap Farm. The Biltmore House Architect's Tour takes
you to a 360-degree rooftop view of autumn colors.
Stay: Inn on Main Street
B&B, just north of Asheville, has a $195 per night Adventure Road
Waterfall Tour Package that includes a picnic lunch, a guide to area
waterfalls, and a personalized driving itinerary. For families, try
Asheville's Brookstone Lodge for $89 to $159 per night, or go for one of
the lodge's affordable zip-line or whitewater rafting packages.