Asheville North Carolina Maps

Asheville Maps & Directions

The first thing to remember when trying to get around our mountains is that using a GPS in the mountains is sometimes the best way to get lost! Many mountains roads in the national forests and parks may not be open or in good shape.

Most visitors drive to Asheville via one of the many highways (including Interstate Highways 40 & 26) that pass through town. If you wish to fly into Asheville, our regional airport is serviced by several major airlines. See our Guide to the Asheville Airport.

To get a free highway map for the state of North Carolina, stop at a NC Welcome Center at state lines along the interstate highways or order one online here.

Google Maps

Go to our many custom Google Maps that we created to help you navigate. Each place featured has a linke to more info. 

Downtown Asheville Map

Mileage to Asheville from:

  • Atlanta, GA: 197 miles
  • Charleston, SC: 267
  • Charlotte, NC: 125
  • Cincinnati, OH: 364
  • Columbia, SC: 158
  • Columbus, OH: 470
  • Gatlinburg, TN: 80
  • Greensboro, NC: 173
  • Greenville, SC: 62
  • Knoxville, TN: 115
  • Lexington, KY: 285
  • Raleigh, NC: 247
  • Orlando, FL: 583
  • Washington, DC: 471

Take a scenic drive in the mountains surrounding Asheville. Go over the rivers, through the woods and by waterfalls, with plenty of things to do along the way in the national parks and forests.... read more
The twists and turns of the mountain roads around Asheville in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina make for some fun motorcycle drives and rides.Blue Ridge Parkway
Breathtaking views.... read more
What weather should you expect in Asheville and Biltmore Estate? The city sits in a valley at about 2,200 feet, surrounded by mountain peaks of more than 6,000 feet. This makes the weather... read more
The Blue Ridge Parkway, known as “America’s Favorite Drive,” runs north and south from Asheville with plenty of long-range mountain views, spots for roadside... read more