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Cherohala Skyway was completed in the fall of 1996 after being under construction for some thirty-four years. It is North Carolina’s most expensive highway carrying a pricetag of $100,000,000. Winding up and over 5,400 foot mountains for 15 miles in North Carolina and descending another 21 miles into the deeply forested backcountry of Tennessee. The road crosses through the Cherokee and Nantahala National Forests thus the name “Chero…hala”. The Skyway is becoming well known in motorcycling and sportscar circles for it’s long, sweeping corners and scenic views. http://www.cherohala.com/

Graham County Travel and Tourism  – Your source of travel information for the areas of Robbinsville North Carolina, Stecoah, Lake Santeetlah, Fontana Lake, Tail of the Dragon at Deals Gap, Joyce Kilmer, Cherohala Skyway, Nantahala National Forest, Snowbird Backcountry, Slickrock Creek, and the Cheoah River.
http://www.grahamcountytravel.com/

Junaluska Museum – The Junaluska Museum and Memorial Site, located at the burial site of Cherokee Warrior Junaluska in the Great Smoky Mountains near the Nantahala River, is dedicated to preserving Cherokee history and culture. http://www.junaluska.com/

Smoky Mountain Host – Western North Carolina’s Great Smoky Mountains are a grand and glorious place to explore. Use this helpful site to plan your visit and make the most of your stay. This beautiful mountain region covers a wide expanse of territory. http://www.visitsmokies.org/

Southland Realty – Graham County is the perfect spot for your mountain retreat. This untouched gem of the Smoky Mountains offers rich geography of mountains, lakes and valleys at a value unexpected in the North Carolina high country. Leisurely drives, water recreation, hardy hikes, Appalachian crafts, history and more await your discovery.  http://www.southlandrealtync.com/

Stecoah Valley Center – Their mission is to serve the people of Stecoah and Graham County through programs and services that benefit all members of the community, through the preservation and promotion of Southern Appalachian mountain culture and through the restoration of the historic old Stecoah School to its original role as the center of the community. http://www.stecoahvalleycenter.com/

Tail of the Dragon – with 318 curves in 11 miles, is America’s number one motorcycle and sports car road. The nearby Cherohala Skywayis quickly becoming number two with its remote 60 miles of scenic mountain highway. http://www.tailofthedragon.com/