SPECIALITY MAPS

"The Asheville Region: FAMILIY ACTIVITIES MAP"

Includes over 150 Family Friendly Places For Fun, Learning and Adventure.   

Categories include: Outdoor Adventure, Play & Recreation

                                      Local Parks / State Parks

                                      Museums & Historic Sites

                                      Nature & Environment

                                      Rainy Day Activities

                                      Descriptions of 25+ easy to moderate trails

 

Plus Trivia Questions the Whole Family can Enjoy!

 

3-D Panoramic View of
Black Mountain and the Swannanoa River Valley

 

Black Mountain, NC is a small town nestled at the foot of Black Mountain Range in Western North Carolina about 17 miles east of Asheville, NC. The Black Mountain Range is home of Mount Mitchell (6,684 feet), the highest mountain peak in the Eastern United States.

This map is a 22 1/4" x 12 1/2" custom designed, 3-D full color view of the Black Mountain Range and the Swannanoa River. Available exclusively through the Swannanoa Valley Museum and History Center located in downtown Black Mountain. Call or email them for more information regarding this map.

To purchase this map contact the following:
    Swannanoa Valley Museum
    22 West State Street
       Black Mountain, NC 28711

info@swannanoavalleymuseum.org
   (828) 669-9566

"SEVEN SISTERS"
 

 

The "Seven Sisters" is the common name given to a range pf peaks along a ridge the separates the headwaters of the Swannanoa River. It is part of the Montreat Conference Center. The range can also be seen from various spots in the town of Black Mountain, NC (a small town nestled at the foot of Black Mountain Range in Western North Carolina about 17 miles east of Asheville, NC.)

THIS MAP IS NOT FOR SALE.  It was designed for the Town of Black Mountain as as a way to view and learn the peak names for the ridge line formerly called Middle Mountain on USGS Maps but more commonly called "Seven Sisters" by the community. It is erected on the dam at Lake Tomahawk in Black Mountain, NC.