Mountain Landscape

Blue Ridge Mountain Living

At it's Best

The town of Blowing Rock is 6 miles down either Blue Ridge Parkway or Hwy 221 South. Enjoy shopping, Blowing Rock Park, Restaurants, Bass Lake, Cone Manor, Chetola Resort just to name a few.

 

The town of Blowing Rock is 6 miles down either Blue Ridge Parkway or Hwy 221 South. Enjoy shopping, Blowing Rock Park, Restaurants, Bass Lake, Cone Manor, Chetola Resort just to name a few.

 

Location
 

Alderly Edge is located off  Holloway Mountain Road in Blowing Rock, NC across from prestigious Sweetgrass. We are situated between Hwy 221 and 1 mile from the majestic Blue Ridge Parkway. Both are easy access from the community. Elevation 3600'

We are also located approximately 2 1/2 miles from the The Eastern Continental Divide which is a hydrographic divide in eastern North America that separates the easterly Atlantic Seaboard watershed from the westerly Gulf of Mexico 

 

Things to do
 

The town of Blowing Rock is 6 miles down either  the Blue Ridge Parkway or Hwy 221. Enjoy shopping, Blowing Rock Park, Restaurants, Bass Lake, Cone Manor and Chetola Resort which is known for a spectacular Holiday season with Santa !

 

 

Christmas in Blowing Rock begins with the lighting of the town on Friday evening after Thanksgiving. This is preceded with  live Mtn music, hot chocolate and good ole family fun. On Saturday following  Thanksgiving, The Blowing Rock Christmas Parade brightens downtown Main Street. 

Due to Covid-19, the town of Blowing Rock has decided to cancel both the Friday night lighting of the Town and 2020 Christmas Parade Date:

 

Grandfather Mountain

Grandfather Mountain is 7 miles up Hwy 221 S. Enjoy the  scenic views and crisp cool Mountain Air. 

Grandfather Mountain is  a non-profit attraction, and a North Carolina state park near Linville, North Carolina. At 5,946 feet, it is the highest peak on the eastern escarpment of the Blue Ridge Mountains, one of the major chains of the Appalachian Mountains.

 

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