We are from UK. Last year we drove the northern part of the Blue Ridge mountain trail getting to the North Carolina border. We have 8 days mid October and would like to complete the trail as well as see some more of this beautiful region. The challenge is that one of us is coming from Washington and one from New York and we both need to return to New York to fly home. We seem to be able to get reasonable direct flights to Atlanta and wondered if we can do a circular trip from there including the Blue Ridge trail in one direction. Is this doable in 8 days allowing us time to enjoy scenery and at least one 2 night stopover. We don't want to drive interstate and love little quirky towns and accommodation. Is there a better located airport we should try for? Any ideas of routes we could take? Great Smokey mountains? Your recommendations much appreciated.
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