Head to the Mountains for the Holidays

Are you counting down to the holidays like we are?  There is nothing like spending Christmas, Hanukkah, or Kwanzaa in the mountains of Tucker County.  If you like Charles Dickens, then you will love our historical small towns graced with splendid restaurants, warm smiles, and amazing shops.

Whether you are planning around Christmas Day or New Year’s Eve, there is something for everyone now that winter is officially here.  Events are stacked up beginning with ice skating performances and finally going out with a bang on New Year’s Eve with fireworks.

Tucker County doesn’t slow down for winter, we put a coat on and pick our next adventure. Outdoor adventures crank back up with ice skating, snow-tubing, and downhill skiing open seven days a week.  Timberline Mountain officially opened the first week of December and White Grass Cross Country has had a few days of natural snow.

Breakfast Matters

With winter comes an insatiable appetite for all things comfortable.  Layers of clothing, wood burning stoves, and big hot breakfasts.  Fill me up this time of year, the body burns energy like no other in winter midst.

There are plenty of restaurants in Tucker County, but few of them serve up breakfast.  To make things easy for you while traveling to Tucker County, we have compiled a list of where to get the most important meal of the day.