Life in the mountain is so cool

Great Views

I thought you might enjoy a montage of some of the great views we have up here in the mountains of Western Nort Carolina.

View of Lake Jocasee

View of Lake Jocasee

View from the Parkway in the Fall

View from the parkway in the Fall

View from Yellow Mountain

View of mountain ranges from top of Yellow Mountain, Cashiers, NC

View of Lake Glenville

by Maggie J

by Maggie J

View from Whiteside Mountain

Mike standing at overlook on Whiteside Mountain, near Highlands and Cashiers, NC

Whiteside Mountian

View of Panthertown

Woman and view of Panthertown Valley Cashiers NC

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