The High Country Drive was originally billed as a leaf tour, but the weather and the trees just did not cooperate.

More and more members now own a Porsche SUV or have some other SUV in their garage. Let’s take your SUV off the beaten path with a first-ever off-road drive and dine using Forest Service roads for a different drive experience.

Appalachian Region-PCA: Events Reminder

The Appalachian Region is committed to the support of Manna FoodBank which serves the same 16 WNC counties that compose our Region. September is Hunger Action Month and Manna is in need of additional special event volunteers.

The press release announcing tomorrow’s High Country Leaf Tour appeared on

The September Drive and Dine saw a record number of participants as we drove the Cheese Trail from Hendersonville to Fairview to Black Mountain.

SocialAs is usual when we meet at Sierra Nevada, our October mixer was well attended.

The region tried something new and different this week – an Art Ramble at the NC Arboretum.  

Appalachian AdventureThe Appalachian Region held its annual Appalachian Adventure this year at the Ridges Resort on Lake Chatuge in north Georgia. Approximately 100 attendees representing 10 different Regions arrived in 50 Porsches and enjoyed a weekend of beautiful drives and Porsche-centered events.

The September 22 Breakfast Ramble turned into a Drive and Dine when a group of 11 cars decided to drive NC-80, the Devil’s Whip as a caravan on their way to Little Switzerland for this month’s breakfast social.

Appalachian Adventure 2018 is in the books and it was the best AA to date!

Our next track event is at Virginia International Raceway on November 17-18. Registration is now open and it is filling fast with over 125 registered since Monday!

Time is running out with less than two weeks to go until our second Driver Education event of 2018 at Carolina Motorsports Park in Kershaw, SC on Sept 8-9.