1. Walch Creekside Cabin - Maggie Valley / Cherokee North Carolina - Walkthrough Tour


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    Sitting on a mountain top near the Blue Ridge Parkway, midway between Maggie Valley and Cherokee North Carolina, waiting for you and your family, sits the Walch Smoky Mountain Log Cabin "Creekside" Retreat. Open year round and minutes away from Cataloochee Ski Area. Located at an elevation of 4,400 feet --- midway between Maggie Valley, North Carolina (Haywood County) and Cherokee (Jackson County), near the entrance to the Blue Ridge Parkway. Listen to the bold creek from the hot tub on one of the cabin's two wrap around decks. Cook your family's dinner in our gourmet kitchen and watch your favorite movie in the great room by the roaring fireplace. The evenings are perfect for family gatherings around the fireplace. Rise at your leisure and start the day with a hike along the mountain creek trails. The 2500 SF vacation cabin comes fully equipped with linens (1 king in master bedroom, 2 queens in private bedrooms, 2 double futons bottom bunks with 2 twin top bunks and 1 queen sleeper sofa in large sleeping/TV room and 1 double futon in loft off of master bedroom), TV/VCR/DVD, satellite, games, phone service, and much more. Website - http://www.walchlogcabins.com/ Cinematography by Chibi Moku - http://www.chibimoku.com

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    • Cataloochee Guest Ranch - Maggie Valley, North Carolina


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      Cataloochee Ranch was founded by “Mr. Tom” and “Miss Judy” Alexander in 1933 and was originally located in the serene and beautiful Cataloochee Valley. In 1938 Mr. Tom purchased a large part of the present Ranch property on Fie Top Mountain from Verlin Campbell, the “Potato King” of Haywood County. From Verlin he inherited a sturdy stone and log cattle barn, now the main Ranch house, and several derelict cabins and sheds. The eroded pasture land was littered with stumps and old potato crates, but it provided a number of excellent “bold” springs. Its 5,000-foot elevation bordering the Great Smoky Mountains National Park also created the ideal combination of extraordinary mountain views and wonderfully cool summer temperatures. They say these mountains are 250 million years old. They’ll get no argument from us. Only time could have rounded their contours, carpeted their slopes with ancient hardwoods and their hidden trails with snowy trillium blossoms, and sent their blue peaks rolling away into the distance like a vast, eternal sea. In fact, one translation of the Cherokee word “Cataloochee” is “wave upon wave.” And that’s a translation that gets no argument from us, either. For more than 75 years, the Great Smoky Mountains have been our home. And people like you have been our guests, often returning again and again to establish their own family vacation traditions and help us preserve the heritage of this very special corner of western North Carolina. If you’re one of those old friends, we look forward to welcoming you back to Maggie Valley this year. If not, your welcome is waiting. You may be a first-time guest, but we promise, you’ll never be a stranger. We invite you to come and discover for yourself what makes a vacation with us an experience you’ll remember for the rest of your life. Even if, like the mountains, you live for a long, long time. Cataloochee Ranch Website - http://www.cataloocheeranch.com/ Cinematography by Chibi Moku - http://www.chibimoku.com

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