Park City, in northern Utah, is a historic city known for being the location of the Sundance Film Festival.
Park City and the surrounding mountains have evolved into a thriving ski resort in recent decades.
As a reminder of its affluent history, the town's main street is lined with listed buildings from the silver mining boom .
Chattanooga, a glittering gem on the banks of the Tennessee River, is perched at the base of the Appalachians.
Lookout Mountain for a mile and a half (1.6 kilometers) through some of the region's most breathtaking landscapes.
Lookout Mountain, which is home to Ruby Falls, the deepest subterranean waterfall available to the public in the United States, is one of the most popular destinations.
Asheville is always buzzing with energy because to its many exciting attractions, such as its museums, clubs, and music venues.
Exciting ways to take in its breathtaking landscape include on foot, by mountain bike, or even by raft.
Asheville's colorful downtown has a laid-back bohemian air, and the city's many breweries have earned it the moniker "Beer City,"