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Linville Gorge Wilderness Area

Linville Gorge Wilderness, coverning more than 12,000 acres, is laced with trails that wind through thickets of mountain laurel and descend to the depths of Linville Gorge - one of eastern America's most rugged and scenic gorges. It is frequently referred to as the "Grand Canyon of the East."

Linville Falls, NC Wilderness Areas

Quaker Meadows Golf Club -Par Three

Course Access: Public
Holes: 9
Reserve Advance Tee Times: 7

Morganton, NC Golf Courses

Waldensian Museum

Historic Museum that is a central repository for the many distinctively Waldensian artifacts relating to the founding and origin of the Town of Valdese.Open Sunday 3 - 5 P.M. April - October.

Valdese, NC Museums

Blue Ridge Country Club, The

Course Access: Resort
Holes: 18
Reserve Advance Tee Times: 5

Linville Falls, NC Country Clubs

Waldensian Trail of Faith

This walk through history depicts the religious persecution and incredible faith of the Waldensians of northern Italy. Fourteen building replicas and monuments. Located next to Old Colony Players Amphitheater. Gift shop, snack bar and visitor center. Buses Welcome.

Valdese, NC Trails

Quaker Meadows Cemetery

(c. 1767 - 1879) Historic Cemetery. 59 graves associated with early white settlement in western North Carolina. Available by Appointment Only.

Morganton, NC Cemeteries

Pine Mountain Golf Club

18 hole golf course, open to the public 7 days a week.

Connelly Springs, NC Golf Courses

Silver Creek Plantation

Course Access: Semi-Private
Holes: 18
Reserve Advance Tee Times: 7

Morganton, NC Golf Courses

"From This Day Forward" Outdoor Drama

Told through music, dance and drama. In its 40th season, "From This Day Forward" is the story of the Waldensians, a religious sect from Italy that migrated to North Carolina in 1893 to establish a colony at Valdese. Fred Cranford, playwright. Performances Friday - Sunday,

Valdese, NC Other Attractions

Catawba River Canoe Trips

Water enthusiasts will enjoy the four hour canoe trip on the Catawba River. Trip ends at Catawba River Greenway. John River is also available to canoeists.

Morganton, NC Canoeing

Drexel Grapevine Antiques

Antiques collectibles & PotteryOpen Monday-Saturday 10am-5pmWe buy and sell Antiques

Valdese, NC Businesses

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