Five Places to Relax in Asheville
1- Trails at Bent Creek
Anyone who lives in Asheville or frequents the area ought to invest in the spiral bound book Asheville Trail Running, Hiking & Walking written by Asheville local Trish Brown. It contains 26 routes for Bent Creek, 7 sections on the Mountains-to-Se Trail, map, elevation graph, detailed directions, history, and much more for every trail.
2- Battery Park Book Exchange
There are over 80 wines, champagnes and sparkling wines to choose from, over 22,000 book collection, and dog friendly! Located in the Grove Arcade, 1 Page Avenue, #101, downtown Asheville. www.batteryparkbookexchange.com
3- Salt Cave
The only all natural Salt Cave in the United States. The cave is made of salt, wood and water. The walls, ceiling and floor are covered in salt rock crystals weighing 6 oz to 300 lbs each. With no artificial means of spraying salt, using two natural ionizers, it is virtually a sterile environment. www.ashevillesaltcave.com
4- Still Point Wellness
Still Point Wellness is a healing arts spa in Asheville that is dedicated to help people explore their inner experience and reconnect to the body’s wisdom. www.stillpointwell.com
5- Wake – the foot sanctuary and shop
Cozy up on a couch or chair, slip your feet into a luxurious warm soak of your choosing. Relax even deeper by selecting a massage add-on. Choose from a variety of unique teas to enjoy during your treatment. A day spa experience for your feet that will also awaken your mind and soul. www.waketosoak.com
Where is your favorite place to relax?