Regional North America United States North Carolina Travel and Tourism Parks National Parks and Monuments Blue Ridge Parkway
The Parkway follows the Blue Ridge Mountains, eastern rampart of the Appalachians, for 355 miles. Then, for the remaining 114 miles, it skirts the southern end of the massive Black Mountains, weaves through the Craggies, the Pisgahs, and the Balsams, and ends in the Great Smokies. The Blue Ridge ends on 441 just outside of Cherokee.
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Blue Ridge Parkway Association Guide
Official membership guide. Provides complete information on facilities along the entire parkway.
Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation
A private non-profit foundation, providing funding for programs and projects for preservation, protection and enhancement of parkway. Provides news, projects, calendar and membership information.
Friends of the Blue Ridge Parkway
Non-profit volunteer organization that focuses on conservation, preservation, and education programs. Posts programs and membership information.
High Country Guide to the Blue Ridge Parkway
Guide to North Carolina's section of the parkway. Includes itineraries, lodging information, events, and trivia.
National Park Service Blue Ridge Parkway
Official site with expanded in depth information and kids sections.
Virtual Blue Ridge
Interactive CD-ROM tour of the parkway. Also offers video guides to the region, and an interactive trip planner.
Last update:January 19, 2014 at 7:15:11 UTC