We get lots of emails and calls almost every day regarding our phenomenal High Country Cams, and we have ascertained, just from monitoring our traffic over the years, that our visitors love and appreciate our High Country Cams that display the major highways and thoroughfares in the High Country Blue Ridge Mountain region. While our Ski Cams are most definitely the most popular in the winter months, our High Country Traffic Cams are a close second.
We get lots of traffic spikes, particularly when the High Country Weather is trying its best to make things interesting. We love living in the Blue Ridge Mountains, and find something beautiful about all of the seasons; however, when the weather forecast is calling for ice, sleet, or snow, we are just like everyone else: we run to take a look at the conditions in our Directory of Live Webcams in North Carolina.
High Country Cams – Road Conditions
The great thing about our Western NC Webcams is that they are not just in one location. As most everyone who has driven in the High Country during the wintertime knows, the Boone NC Road Conditions might be very safe, but just a few miles away in Blowing Rock North Carolina, road conditions could be quite different. That’s why you should check out Boone NC Cams, Blowing Rock Cams, and Banner Elk Cams for the road conditions. We have a Boone Webcam that overlooks the entire downtown area and showcases the weather conditions, and there are several Boone Cams that showcase different spots on Hwy 105 near Foscoe. The infamous Blowing Rock Webcam overlooks the road conditions on Hwy 321 and Main Street where it meets Hwy 321 just near Tanger Shoppes on the Parkway. For the conditions in Banner Elk, click to the Hwy 184 Banner Elk Webcam, which sits right in the heart of the town of Banner Elk. Lastly, if you are heading up to Beech Mountain NC, click to the Beech Mountain Cam located at Charlie’s.
High Country Ski Cams
A lot of visitors to our site check both the Road Condition High Country Cameras and the Ski Cams because they are making the trip up to the Blue Ridge Mountains near Boone, Blowing Rock, and Banner Elk to visit the NC Ski Resorts that are located in the High Country NC. If you want to see what the slopes are like, click to our amazing Ski Cams; you can check out how the slopes look by clicking to cams such as the Appalachian Ski Resort Cam at the base, App Ski Mtn Slope Cam, Live Ski Beech Cam, or the Sugar Mountain Cam on Big Red. Also, we display images of the conditions atop Seven Devils at Hawksnest Snow Tubing park. Click to see some of the great Ski Cams!