Late-Summer Mountain Explorer: Mountain People and Their Stories
August 14 – 15, 2019
Great Stories from the Great Smokies Region; Travel by Comfortable Chartered Coach
We’ll take you behind the scenes to learn some of the region’s great stories: Cherokee Indians and early pioneers; the Plott Hound – NC’s state dog; big timber and the creation of the Great Smokies National Park; Appalachian Women . . . and more. We’ll also ride the train through the lovely Nantahala Gorge.
- The Museum of the Cherokee Indian – one of the Southeast’s best museums
- Train excursion through the Nantahala Gorge
- Blue Ridge Parkway excursion – stories on location
- Scots-Irish history / visit of the Scottish Tartans Museum
Trip price: $649 / person (double occupancy; single supplement, $85); price includes comfortable chartered coach transportation (with a sign-up of 12 – 24 travelers); all meals; all touring per the itinerary; concierge / guide service throughout the trip. Price does not include alcohol or optional trip insurance.
Chumley’s take: This adventure will include a who’s who of mountain characters from the Haywood-Jackson-Swain-Macon County region of Western North Carolina. From Ute Sherrill and Bertha Big Bear, to William Holland Thomas and Gertrude Dills . . . we’ll raise a few eyebrows.
(864) 384 - 6947
Explore Up Close
PO Box 9537
Greenville, SC 29604