In a city of about 20,000, the Asheville Regional Tourism Council has more than 100 attractions to choose from.
For a first-time visitor, this can be a daunting task.
The Asheville Regional Trail offers a short walk, a short bike ride and some spectacular views of the city.
If you’re a first time visitor, it can be daunting to learn about the city and explore the sights and sounds.
But that’s okay.
The guides on the trail provide a helpful walkthrough of Asheville and a map of its attractions.
These guides are part of the Asheville Trail Guidebook.
Asheville Regional Park: This is the only park on the Asheville River in the state.
It’s home to the annual National Forest Bike Ride and a popular picnic area.
This park is open year-round and includes camping, horseback riding, hiking, fishing, canoeing and more.
For more information, visit www.ashevilleruralpark.com.
A few of the more popular hikes include: the Horseshoe Falls: a short but steep hike from the park to the falls.