At the beginning of the 20th century, this area of Asheville was known as Buxton Hill and was the site of several schools. It gradually transformed into a hub of manufacturers, car dealers and repair shops. Coxe Avenue was the first noticeably wider street built with automobiles in mind in the 1920’s. Buxton Hill was demolished […]
The Environmental Benefits of Walking and Bicycling     We believe Earth Day is a great way to raise environmental awareness so we are dedicating this blog post to explaining the benefits of touring, traveling and commuting by foot and by bike on any day of the year.   The good news is, our country’s […]
Having little ones of our own, we understand how tricky it can be to find things to do that are fun for the whole family. We hope this list of activities put together by WNC Parent writer Emily Eileen Carter makes family trip planning to Asheville a little bit easier for you and your loved ones! Although Asheville […]
We just wanted to reach out and say thank you! Thank you for taking a tour, renting a bike, sharing a review or spreading the word. We’ve met so many wonderful people from all over the US and the world. It’s a huge part of the joy of this work we’re doing, and we are […]