Fall In Love With Asheville and Southcliff
With one of the longest and colorful fall experiences in the world, Asheville, NC sees visitors from everywhere!
In many areas throughout the Blue Ridge and Great Smokey Mountains, from mid October to mid November you will witness a bright and vibrant scene of green, yellows, oranges, reds. The varying micro climates from deep valleys to over 5900 ft mountain peaks and over 100 species of deciduous trees creates the perfect environment for a long and ascending foliage peak times. Here at Southcliff, home buyers and builders can build their dream homes at elevations over 3000 ft, you’re surrounded by the autumn beauty the very second you drive through our community security gate during the fall months.
Asheville Fall Events
Fall is a busy time for Asheville since it plays host to many special autumn events, street festivals, art tours, and outdoor event at countless of breweries. The fall foliage color spectacle adds to the fun!. Make plans for next year and enjoy the various Septemeber and October events like the NC Apple Festival, Brewgrass Festival, LEAF Festival, NC Mountain State Fair.
The Great Outdoors
You can catch fall fever also by experiencing the change in seasons through outdoor activities. Mountain biking, whitewater rafting, and zip-lining just to name a few.
Nice Trip See You Next Fall
Novemeber 1st is said to be peak fall color time at the Biltmore Estate and area hikes are very popular with so many to choose from. Scenic drives are perfect with places like the Blue Ridge Parkway, Forest Heritage National Scenic Byway, and Tail of the Dragon nearby.
The Fall Rooftop Experience
Don’t miss the fall vibes at one of many rooftop bars and restaraunts.
- AC Hotel (U.S. News & World Report has placed Capella on 9, the restaurant and bar at the AC Hotel by Marriott Asheville Downtown, on its list of 50 Top Rooftop Bars Around the World.)
- The Montford
- Pillar Rooftop Bar
- Hemingway’s Cuba
- Social Lounge