EVERYTHING YOU EVER WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT ASHEVILLE AND THE NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINS
If you are thinking of moving to the Asheville area, check out this new book:
ASHEVILLE RELOCATION, RETIREMENT AND VISITORS GUIDE
ASHEVILLE Relocation, Retirement and Visitors Guide to Asheville and the North Carolina Mountains by Lan Sluder is available in paperback and ebook formats. The 538-page book is sold through Amazon.com. Go HERE to order your book or ebook from Amazon. The paperback edition is $26.95 or less, and the Kindle edition is only $4.95.
If you're thinking about moving, retiring or just visiting Asheville and the North Carolina mountains, this is the guidebook for you. By award-winning author Lan Sluder, this book covers everything you want to know about Asheville and the North Carolina mountains, consistently rated as one of the top places to live in the United States. The Asheville native covers all the pros and cons of living in hip Asheville and in the low-cost small towns and villages in the highest mountains in Eastern America. Lan gives you the straight facts about living in Asheville and the mountains, outdoor adventures and sports in the Great Smokies and Blue Ridge Mountains, how to get the best values for your real estate dollar, health care, crime and safety, culture, hotels, restaurants, art and crafts and more in the mountains. He understands what you want to know. He tells you the unvarnished truth. Lan is the author of more than 20 books on travel and retirement for Fodor's, Frommer's, Avalon/Moon and Equator.
All content copyright © Lan Sluder except selected photographs used by permission and brief quotations or other fair use text, which are owned by the copyright holder.
We have made every effort to confirm the accuracy of information on this website, and in the Amazing Asheville book and ebooks, but travel information is subject to frequent change, and no warranty is made, express or implied. Please notify us of any errors or omissions, and we will attempt to correct them as soon as possible. All opinions expressed are those of the author, Lan Sluder, unless otherwise noted.