Robbbinsville is a town in Graham County in North Carolina. It is in the far reaches of Western North Carolina in the beautiful Great Smoky Mountains of the southern Appalachians. This region is home to the some of the highest and most remote mountains east of the Mississippi with elevations ranging from 1177 to 5560 feet. Graham County is nestled among hundreds of thousands of acres of wilderness full of stunning mountain landscapes and many breathtaking views. If you are seeking hiking, biking, boating, fishing, scenic driving, camping, nature photography, motorcycling, whitewater rafting, or vacationing, you will find a full array of natural destinations, quaint shops and inns and the rich history of North Carolinas most remote county!
- Junaluska Memorial and Museum, 1 Junaluska Memorial Dr, ☏ +1 828 479-3250. This memorial honors Junaluska, an important Cherokee leader during the 1800s. He and members of his family are buried here. There is a medicine plant trail at the site where you can learn about how Cherokees used plants for medicine and food, and see the plants while walking a shaded hilly short trail. The hike is 15-20 min with scenic views.
|Routes through Robbinsville