Does being at home have you missing some of our beautiful areas and landmarks of Mitchell County? Now you can enjoy the beauty of our area with virtual puzzles!
Simply click one of the images below to start your puzzle digitally from your phone or desktop. Drag and drop the pieces to complete the puzzle. Send to your friends and compete to see who can complete their puzzle first!
Struggling to complete the puzzle? Roll over the image icon at the bottom of the screen to see the finished puzzle image. Re-load the puzzle and change the number of puzzle pieces in the settings to increase or decrease the skill level.
We will continue to add puzzles so that once you complete one you can move on to the next! Share with your friends to see who can complete the puzzle first! Get your kids to help too!
We must stay home for now, but we are looking forward to when you can visit our beauty spots in Mitchell County again!
(If you have a photo you would like to suggest we use for a puzzle, just reach out to use on our contact page. Just remember you must own the rights to the photo)
Roan Mountain at Sunset (link)
Note: the puzzle isn’t the size of the puzzle mat. And you can click on the three dots and change the number of puzzle pieces in Settings if you want to make the puzzle easier or harder.
Note: the puzzle isn’t the size of the puzzle mat. And you can click on the three dots and change the number of puzzle pieces in Settings if you want to make the puzzle easier or harder. You can click on the image icon on the bottom left to remove the photo from the screen.
Grassy Creek Falls, Little Switzerland (link)
First identified by famous American botanist Asa Gray in the Highlands of Roan in 1840, the Gray’s Lily is a rare and endangered flower found only in this part of Appalachia and on Roan Mountain.