Winter walks in Charlotte
. Museum of Cherokee Indians
. Frozen waterfalls
. Snowy lakeshore
The nature of North Carolina is very beautiful and diverse, and in the winter season travelers can enjoy the most unusual views! This travel scenario is designed for those who want to take a fresh look at the local natural landscape.
Following the suggested route, you will visit the Cherokee Indian settlement, see frozen waterfalls and take a tubing ride from a slide on the shore of a frozen lake. The main thing is to choose warm clothes and non-slip winter shoes, as you will spend a lot of time in the open air.
Winter Activities in Charlotte and Cherokee Park
4 days itinerary by Gvenet Bloom - History and Culture - Car, 3 Hotels
Road Trip Categories: History and Culture
Day 1: An evening in Charlotte
We arrive in Charlotte, walk around the evening city and have dinner at the grill restaurant.
Day 2: Indian traditions
Let's take a car ride through the national park and immerse ourselves in the traditions of the Native Americans in the village of Cherokee.
Visiting: Charlotte, Cherokee, Old Fort, Black Mountain
Day 3: Another road to Charlotte.
Back to Charlotte. On the way we will stop to see frozen waterfalls, where the most daring and sporty can try themselves as a conqueror of the peaks, walk on the snowy shore of the lake, take a photo against the background of a giant peach, and look at the local outlet village. The final evening in Charlotte we'll spend in the beer garden.
Visiting: Black Mountain, Gaffney, Charlotte, Lake Lure, Old Fort
Day 4: Classical and contemporary art
There's not much time left, but it can be usefully spent as well. I suggest visiting the Mint Museum.