Welcome to Seven Devils
Warmer Temperatures in the High Country!!
With spring & summer arriving in the High Country the landscapes with change with colorful blossoms and various shades of green in the new growth. The Carolina blue of the sky can be as breathtaking as warmer weather beckons us outdoors to enjoy the activities whether a day hike, music festival or gathering with friends. Now is the time to think of longer days with plenty of hours ahead for relaxing and discovering Seven Devils with all the activites you need as Appalachian transitions into a new season. Plan ahead and check our Things to Do page and make your reservations now to rent a cozy cabin or condo.
For a weekend full of fun, don't forget about Hawksnest zipline tours! Please call Hawksnest about setting up a tubing or zipline appointment! You can find their contact information at the link above or in our business directory.
Now’s the time to plan! There is great shopping and diverse restaurants surrounding Sevens Devils. Start as close as Tynecastle shopping and dining district at the junction of NC 105/184.
Nearly a mile high, the Town of Seven Devils is known for crisp mountain air and Carolina blue skies, dramatic views of nearby Grandfather Mountain, and the pointed peak of Hanging Rock that towers over town. Come to Seven Devils to experience the beauty of Summer!
Nature is as close as a hike on Seven Devils’ trail to Otter Falls, now featuring newly added trails. Easy and high adventure hikes surround Seven Devils—check out a recent Our State magazine article for more options. Take a drive or a day hike on the Blue Ridge Parkway. Climb Grandfather mountain by car—or hike the famous Profile Trail—both are minutes away, with amazing views. Gaze at the view from the deck of your cozy Seven Devils cabin or condo, or head to the valley below to toast the scenery at Grandfather Vineyard. All are great destinations in any season!
However you choose to enjoy spring and summer in Seven Devils, this town renowned for its spooky name is a short drive from all of the High Country’s resort towns, restaurants, nightspots, and shops and galleries.