Due to the current Covid-19 Outbreak Got Mountain Life is taking a break from traveling to the many Appalachia events. We are excited to see everyone again, just as soon as it’s wise to travel. Stay safe and be healthy.
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For now, take a look at all the great past events.
Support Your Local Farmers Markets
Farmers Markets Farmers markets are venues where local farmers and producers can sell their fresh, seasonal produce directly to consumers. These markets are prevalent in many communities, as they help to support local farmers and give people easy access to healthy,...
Grainger County Tomato Festival July 26th – 28th is Ta’mazing
The 27th Annual Grainger County Tomato Festival is so Ta’mazing, its voted in America’s top 10 free festivals. July 26th through 28th, families come to Rutledge TN to experience Appalachian artists, craftsmen, and vendors. Starting in 1992, agricultural products have...
Virginia’s Triple Crown of Hiking
In Southwest Virginia sits the Triple Crown of Virginia. Explore the Quartzite rock formations of Dragon’s Tooth, experience the breathtaking panoramic view of McAfee Knob, and challenge yourself to a 7.7-mile long hike through Tinker Mountain on the Tinker Cliffs.
5th Generation Milroy Farms Keeps Maple Syrup Local
When people think of maple syrup, most think of New England or specifically Vermont and with good reason. For a couple hundred or more years, those areas have been producing most of the maple syrup here in the good old USA. However, there’s another state that produces large quantities of some of the best maple syrup you ever poured over a pancake. That state is Pennsylvania. As a matter of fact, Pennsylvania is at least the number six producer of syrup in the US and gaining.
Appalachian Renaissance Faire Presents “A Renaissance Romance”
As we all know, Appalachia is rich in heritage and culture, but did you know that it also has a celebrated Celtic heritage from England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland? Celtic Culture and Appalachia Combine history with art and fantasy, and you have Appalachian...
Romantic Getaways for Valentine’s Day
Cozy up with your significant other in the quaint cabins of Virginia or Tennessee or plan a full day of activities at the well-known Greenbrier in West Virginia or the Barnsley Resort in Georgia. Take a hike and experience Appalachia and wind down the day by booking a relaxing massage or carriage ride.
Ohio’s Unique Christmas Offering: The Christmas Cave
The White Gravel Mine is brought to life with thousands of lights and biblical scenes. The light display is a mile-long system of passageways within the mines.
Oglebay’s Festival of Lights
Each November the Oglebay Resort in Wheeling is transformed into a winter wonderland. The Oglebay Festival of Lights begins on November 9th and runs through January 1st. People drive hundreds of miles to enjoy this festive and beautiful event.
Butterfly Angels: The McKinley Anne Foundation
Butterfly Angels Foundation helps those who are grieving over lost children and will be hosting an annual event to raise money for the cause.
Butterfly Angels: The McKinley Anne Foundation is dedicated to helping others during the grieving period of losing a child. They will be hosting Christmas at the Barn this year in Appalachia to raise money for the foundation.
Go Jump off the Bridge at the New River Gorge’s Bridge Day
Every October, just outside of Fayetteville, WV, the New River Gorge Bridge closes to traffic for six hours. Crowds of up to 80,000 gather to watch BASE jumpers fly off one of the highest arch bridges in the world and into the New River below.