The Blue Ridge Parkway is a 469 mile (755 km) scenic byway that runs along a winding ridge line in the Appalachian Mountains of Asheville, North Carolina. Built between 1935 and 1987, the parkway provides stunning views of the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains, as well as access to numerous recreational activities and cultural sites. Popular activities you can enjoy include camping, fishing, kayaking, biking, hiking, exploring and picnicking. The Parkway also houses the popular Folk Art and Craft Center, which showcases the traditional cultural history of the area. With so much to offer, the Blue Ridge Parkway is an ideal destination for any traveler looking to explore the great outdoors in and around Asheville.
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