Autumn Times has arrived



Article Published: Sep. 9, 2010 | Modified: Sep. 7, 2011
Autumn Times has arrived


It's back.

The Mountain Times' celebrated seasonal guide to all things High Country has once again beat autumn to the punch, as The Autumn Times hit shelves this week.

With the first day of autumn falling on Sept. 23, the AT serves as clearinghouse of fall activities, helping residents and visitors alike plan their season at home or getaway to the mountains.

From festivals to fishing to leaf-looking to camping (Did we mention hiking, horseback riding, camping and rafting?), this year's Autumn Times features a brand new batch of stories (And let's not forget caving, golfing and bicycling) and photos from The Mountain Times' award-winning staff, along with an autumnal dose of wit and wisdom from those of us proud to call the High Country home.

Amongst other things, we also call it fun (How's about art crawls, wine, beer and nightlife?), with plenty to go around in Watauga, Avery and Ashe counties.

Tune in to the local music scene, catch Mountaineer madness at Appalachian State's Kidd Brewer Stadium, make a fare decision at local restaurants or hop a cart on Tweetsie's Ghost Train. Or simply catch up on your fall to-do list (The Autumn Times is highlighter-friendly).

And the best part? It's free (like some of the best things in life, such as The Mountain Times).
Fact of the matter is there's plenty to go around (106 pages, in fact), so brace yourself for fun, and a pun - fall into this year's Autumn Times.

You can also check out the Mountain Times online at mountaintimes.com/autumn.

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