Beech Mountain is the highest town in Eastern America and an ideal vacation spot in North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains. Our elevation (5,506 feet) sets us apart 12 months a year.



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Enjoy Active Fall Weekends on Beech

The late arrival of fall this year means there is still plenty of time to enjoy autumn's splendor in Eastern America's Highest Town. Hike or bike to scenic overlooks and look down upon the tapestry of colors in the North Carolina High Country. Weekend packages are just $169 for two people!

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Nearby Attractions Add to Beech Mountain's Allure

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Not only is Beech Mountain an affordable resort town with lots of outdoor activities, it's also conveniently located near many of the top attractions in the North Carolina High Country.
Within 35 minutes (or less) of Beech Mountain are several great destinations. Options range from the Blue Ridge Parkway to Grandfather Mountain to Tweetsie Railroad to Linville Caverns.
Want to learn more about what's available in the surrounding areas? Just click the link below ...

Top 10 Reasons to Visit Beech Mountain, North Carolina

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There are so many cool things to experience during a visit to Beech Mountain, North Carolina, it's hard to single out just 10. But we took our best shot at it anyway.

Our list includes amazing views from the 5,506' Skybar to 30 miles of gorgeous hiking trails to one of the best ski resorts on the East Coast. Click the link below to check out 10 great reasons to spend your next getaway in Eastern America's Highest Town ....

Four-Legged Friends Love Visiting Beech Mountain

Pet Friendly Beech Mountain Lodging

Humans aren't the only ones who enjoy a getaway to the Blue Ridge Mountains. Our four-legged friends enjoy it, too.

And here on Beech Mountain, there are ample pet-friendly lodging options that allow you to bring your furry friends along for the vacation.
Once you arrive, make sure to visit Beech Mountain's newly-opened Bark Park, complete with two fenced-in play areas: one for larger dogs and one for smaller pooches. There's also a greenway system in the heart of Beech Mountain, plus miles of trails surrounding the town.
Nearby Banner Elk is home to "My Best Friend's Barkery," with a full selection of food and products for dogs and cats. For pet-friendly lodging options, call 800-468-5506 or click the buttom below ...


Enjoy Hiking & Biking in High Altitude Emerald Outback

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The Emerald Outback trail system caters to outdoor enthusiasts in search of adventure at the top of Beech Mountain.
The Emerald Outback received an extensive renovation in late 2014. The project involved widening and smoothing trails, improving drainage, replacing signage throughout the trail park, and installing safety LID (location identification) markers to assist search teams and paramedics.

At elevations reaching 5,400 feet high in North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains, the Emerald Outback is one of the highest and most unique trail parks east of the Rockies. Wind-swept gnarly Beech trees, lush undergrowth and small streams form an emerald forest that inspired the Land of Oz theme park, which ...

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Images from Beech Mountain in the winter time.

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