Cashiers, North Carolina is an unincorporated village in the Blue Ridge and Appalachian mountains. The population is less than 200, but it is popular with visitors, who rent cabins in the fall months to see the leaves change color. It may be less populous than nearby Highlands, but rivals it in charm and scenery. Photo courtesy of Amy Eubanks.
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Caroline Eubanks is the editor of this website, a Lowell Thomas award-winning travel writer, and the author of This Is My South: The Essential Travel Guide to the Southern States. Her stories from the South have appeared in National Geographic Traveler, Afar, Thrillist, Roads and Kingdoms, and BBC Travel.
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