Haywood County, one of the fresh and ethereal getaways of North Carolina Smoky Mountains has been the heart of many travelers. It is no secret that it is the most visited and popular tourist spots for several years. To all those who want to get away from the hustle, bustle and chaos of their everyday lives and spend their time off in serene and quiet location would cherish every second of it. The combination of southern hospitality, crisp mountain scents, natural beauty which attracts the eyes, makes it even more worth the while.
Inspiring souls since several years, Haywood County is located in the heart of Western North Caroline. It is surrounded by the ever-famous Smoky Mountains and the ancient blue ridges. As spectacular as it sounds, the county consists of scenic beauty, including the Appalachian mountains and valleys that add even more charm to the landscape. The county has thirteen mountain peaks, making them one of the tallest counties, with an elevation of 6000 feet. Meaning there is an elevation of 3,600 feet in the east of the Rockies.
Nature-loving tourists wouldn’t want to miss the sunset that is seen over the mountains, which was also an inspirational base for Charles Frazier’s award-winning novel and motion picture in 2003. Moreover, the tallest peaks in Haywood county are Mt Guyot, 6621 feet and Richland Balsam 6410 feet.