NC Blue Ridge Waterfalls Calendar 2017

Blue Ridge Waterfalls Wall Calendar 2017

Thank you for your orders. We raised $20,000+ to help preserve our natural resources in Western North Carolina! Online orders ended December 20th.

Our the first ever wall calendar from RomanticAsheville.com features some of our favorite waterfalls in the North Carolina Blue Ridge Mountains and Foothills near Asheville. This limited edition 2017 calendar also includes 365 things to do - one idea for each day of the year! Each month features a different, seasonal waterfall photo taken by Mark File, owner of RomanticAsheville.com. The cover photo (above) is the hike to High Shoals Falls in South Mountains State Park.

100% of the proceeds from the sale of the calendar ($10/each) went to the Blue Ridge National Heritage Area as they work hard to protect and promote our natural beauty and mountain heritage. They are a wonderful non-profit, affiliate with the National Park Service. Read more about them below.

Local Pick-Up Still Available
In Asheville, buy in person at Diamond Brand Outdoors and Frugal Backpacker stores, Green Sage Cafe (3 Asheville locations) and Chimney Rock State Park!

NC Waterfalls Calendar

After photographing each of these waterfalls many times throughout the year, we picked our favorites that showcase the changing seasons. The last page even includes a 2018 calendar. April's featured waterfall is Roaring Fork Creek Falls.

Waterfalls Top 60
Waterfalls Top 60
Of hundreds of waterfalls near Asheville, we picked the most spectacular falls that are easy to find. Some can be enjoyed with a short walk or even roadside. Others require a scenic hike. See full descriptions for each with plenty of photos! Also see Waterfall Drives & Maps.

Blue Ridge National Heritage Area
100% of the proceeds from the sale of this calendar support the work of the Blue Ridge National Heritage Area Partnership. Our abundant waterfalls are just part of the reason that North Carolina’s mountains and foothills were honored with the Congressional designation of National Heritage Area in 2003. The natural beauty of the region, accompanied by the craft, music, Cherokee and agricultural traditions were cited as having an important impact on the history not only of North Carolina, but also of the nation.

The mission of the Blue Ridge National Heritage Area is to protect, preserve, interpret and develop the unique natural, historical and cultural resources in 25 Western North Carolina counties for the benefit of present and future generations. In so doing, they sustain our heritage and stimulate improved economic opportunity in our region. They are experts in showcasing hidden jewels in our mountains for all to discover, including their Heritage Trail and Music Trail. Read more about them

A Waterfall for Each Month

NC Waterfalls Calendar 2017

Here are photos for each month! Enjoy Asheville waterfalls all year.

Waterfalls near Asheville can be even more spectacular to see during the winter months. Leafless trees often make for clearer views. And experience magical icy scenes during winter cold snaps in our... read more
DuPont State Recreational Forest is an outdoors lover's dream with many waterfalls and 86 miles of trails on protected 10,000 acres. Located between Brevard and... read more
These scenic drives and maps take you to the best waterfalls to enjoy in western North Carolina near Asheville, including the Blue Ridge Parkway. We suggest mapping out your trip with our Top 40... read more
There are many waterfalls near Highlands and Cashiers, North Carolina, that are easily seen and enjoyed. Many of these are located along... read more