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    Maggie Valley North Carolina in the Great Smoky Mountains

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    Maggie Valley North Carolina sits at the convergence of the Great Smoky Mountains and The Blue Ridge Mountains. At over 3200 feet at its base, and over 5000 feet at the surrounding peaks, the valley has a unique climate that’s similar to New England while being easily accessible to the Southeast United States.¬†While Atlanta and Charlotte and other southern cities bake in the summer heat, just a few hours away, Maggie Valley may enjoy daytime highs in the 70s.

    Take a drive on the Blue Ridge Parkway and you may need a jacket even in July. The same conditions that bring the summer temps down, make Maggie a true four season destination. Indoor destinations like Wheels Through Time are not affected, but in the winter, temps are cold enough to support one of the southern most ski resorts in the country. Cataloochee operates from late November to Mid March in most years.
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    Maggie Valley, North Carolina

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    Maggie Valley, North Carolina 35.518158, -83.097642

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