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A Tar Heel State adventure – explore North Carolina this winter. From the capital in Raleigh, to the Blue Ridge Mountains, and all the way to Charlotte, you can discover a world of southern charm and hospitality.Skiers have a wealth of opportunities to shred some fresh powder. Visit any one of the mountain cities, and feel the rush of the cool air at Appalachian Ski Mountain, just south of Boone.
Bundle up and head over to Cataloochee Ski Area in Maggie Valley, just 20 minutes outside of Waynesville. If you're feeling adventurous, check out Sugar Mountain Ski Resort, just 10 minutes south of Banner Elk. This is just a fraction of the fun you can experience in outdoor North Carolina.
One of the most iconic adventures in which you can partake is road trip. Winter in North Carolina is an ideal time to just that; check out these excellent driving tours and road trip ideas – there's the Blue Ridge Parkway Tour, Northeastern North Carolina Tour, and the Southern Tier Tour, just to name a few.
Closer to the central and coastal region of North Carolina, don't miss out on Raleigh. Here, you can experience some ice skating, and winter fun at the Raleigh IcePlex. Visit the historic North Carolina State Capitol, or bundle up and attend the annual AT&T Raleigh Winterfest. Head north and you'll find Wake Forest, home to the Wake Forest University Demon Deacons, and the Factory Ice House, perfect for a festive afternoon of rink skating.