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Boone attracts a number of visitors each year, but more often than not, the reasons these tourists come to Boone is to enjoy nature. Author and Boone resident, Leigh Ann Henion believes that Boone’s personality lies in its precipitation, for precipitation constantly shapes and changes the landscape.
A new scenic highway opened in the western mountains in October, 1996. The Cherohala Highway, which connects Robbinsville, in Graham County, with Tellico Plains, Tennessee, provides scenic views of the Appalachian Mountains.