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Cataloochee Ski Area
Visit Cataloochee Ski Area this season and experience southern hospitality on the slopes. For generations of snow-loving families, Cataloochee is a winter tradition, and with good reason. Our winter playground is nestled in the Great Smoky Mountains with breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks – riding the chairlift has never been more rewarding. Smooth, gentle slopes like Easy Way and Rabbit Hill, serviced by a beginner’s chairlift, gives you the novices the elbowroom they need to learn the basics and practice their skills. Intermediate skiers and snowboarders find plenty of action on Rock Island Run and Lower Omigosh, while seasoned experts can face the steepness found on Upper Omigosh. For skiers and snowboarders looking for a thrill our Cat Cage Terrain Park delivers with ramps, rails and boxes.
 
 
 
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Cherokee Indian Reservation
A visit to Cherokee is like stepping into the past. You'll find a nation still linked to ancient customs and traditions that enable today's cherokee to live in harmony with nature as their ancestors did. You'll experience a culture that has endured the plunder of Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto and survived scores of broken treaties by the white man. Today, Cherokee shares its unique culture by offering you a memorable vacation experience that's fun for the entire family. On the left side are several categories for you to find more information about Cherokee from accommodations to cultural attractions and from fishing to gaming. Find directions from your location to ours by using MapBlast. Cherokee is located 150 miles from both Atlanta, Georgia and Charlotte, North Carolina; 35 miles from Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, Tennessee; one hour west of Asheville, North Carolina. The Great Smokies cover the seven westernmost counties in North Carolina including Cherokee, with the northern fringe of the Smokies in Tennessee. Also, sixty percent of the National Park is in North Carolina...so Cherokee is the ideal headquarters for a real Smokies vacation.
 
 
 
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Harrah's Cherokee Casino and Hotel
Welcome to the excitement. Known for delivering 24 hours of gaming action, Harrah's Cherokee Casino in Cherokee, North Carolina, has built a reputation for exciting, live entertainment and fine dining. Arrive in the Great Smoky Mountains and you«ll be enchanted as you walk among the wildflowers and waterfalls. The inviting homeland of the Cherokee Indians is nestled at the edge of the National Park and presents you with some of the most fantastic trout fishing, hiking and sightseeing in America. Harrah's Cherokee's brand new luxury hotel is open! The 15-story hotel features two restaurants, a conference center, gift shop, indoor swimming pool, fitness area and much more. The 252-room hotel is enhanced with Indian crafts and artwork through out each floor. Experience the Native American culture in a truly luxurious atmosphere. For reservations call 1-800-HARRAHS.
Toll Free Phone: 800-Harrahs
 
Address:
777 Casino Dr.
 
Highlands Playhouse
Phone: 828-526-9443
 
Address:
Oak Street
Highlands
 
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Horse Back Riding
We have 14 of the finest trail horses and some of the best trail guides and wranglers to help make riding with us the highlight of your vacation in the Smokies. Horses range from high-spirited for the experienced rider and some very well-mannered, gentle horses for beginners an d children. We always pair up the right horse for the abilities and experience of the rider.
 
 
 
Licklog Players Theatre
Toll Free Phone: 877-691-9906
Phone: 828-389-8632
 
Address:
301 Church St.
Hayesville, NC
 
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Pick'n On The Square
Pickin' on the Square It's Saturday night! Round up the family, grab the lawn chairs and head to the town's square in downtown Franklin for a night of fun under the stars. Listen and dance to live entertainment performing blue grass and country music. Cloggers welcome. Carnival style refreshments. May thru Oct. - Free admission.
Web Address: www.franklinnc.com
 
 
 
Ruby Cinemas
Call the phone number for showings and times.
Web Address: www.rubycinemas.com
Phone: 828-524-2076
 
Address:
2097 Georgia Hwy.
 
Smokey Mountain Center for the Performing Arts
Toll Free Phone: 800-273-4615
Phone: 828-349-5921
 
Address:
1028 Georgia Hwy.
 
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Tail of the Dragon at Deals Gap
Crossing Deals Gap at the Tennessee/North Carolina state line, the Dragon is considered by many as one of the world's best motorcycling and sports car roads. Anyone looking for an exciting highway will enjoy this stretch of US129. The road is desolate and can be a real adventure in the winter months. We've had to deal with bears, turkeys, deer, and wild boars in the road, trees down, ice/snow, and tractor-trailers taking-up both lanes in the curves. It is not a road for the squeamish, but if you're looking for a little excitement don't miss this one. FACTS ABOUT THE DRAGON TOTAL DISTANCE: By Road: Tabcat Bridge to Deals Gap - 11.1 miles Tabcat Bridge to Hwy 28 - 11.8 miles Tabcat Bridge to Fugitive Bridge - 14.0 miles As the Crow Flies: Tabcat Bridge to Fugitive Bridge - 6.0 miles AVERAGE DAILY TRAFFIC (ADT): 400 vehicles in 2002. HIGHEST ELEVATION: Deals Gap - 1962 feet LOWEST ELEVATION: Tabcat Bridge - 877 feet ELEVATION CHANGE: Tabcat Bridge to Deals Gap - plus 1085 feet Tabcat Bridge to Fugitive Bridge - plus 321 feet FACTS ABOUT THE DRAGON TOTAL DISTANCE: By Road: Tabcat Bridge to Deals Gap - 11.1 miles Tabcat Bridge to Hwy 28 - 11.8 miles Tabcat Bridge to Fugitive Bridge - 14.0 miles As the Crow Flies: Tabcat Bridge to Fugitive Bridge - 6.0 miles AVERAGE DAILY TRAFFIC (ADT): 400 vehicles in 2002. HIGHEST ELEVATION: Deals Gap - 1962 feet LOWEST ELEVATION: Tabcat Bridge - 877 feet ELEVATION CHANGE: Tabcat Bridge to Deals Gap - plus 1085 feet Tabcat Bridge to Fugitive Bridge - plus 321 feet
 
 
 

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