|North Carolina/Georgia State Line
||North Carolina/Georgia State Line, This where US Route #129 enters North Carolina, before traversing the Nantahala National Forest, and crossing over to Tennessee.
|Martins Creek Road : Whitmire Lakes
||Martins Creek Road, to Whitmire Lake Upper and Lower,
|Old Evans Rd : Harold Wells Lake
||Old Evans Road, Harold Wells Lake, a lake located within the Nantahala National Forest, in North Carolina.
|Junction : US Route #74/64
||Junction US Route #74/64, This Highway enters North Carolina in the west and joins US Route #129 at this junction.
|Hiawassee St. : Fort Butler
||Hiawassee Street, Fort Butler, an important site during the Cherokee removal known as the Trail of Tears, located on a hill overlooking present-day Murphy, North Carolina on the Hiwassee River. The Nottely River, a river that originates in the Blue Ridge Mountains in northern Georgia, flows into the artificial Hiwassee Reservoir in North Carolina. Hiwassee Lake, created by Hiwassee Dam, a hydroelectric dam on the Hiwassee River in Cherokee County, in North Carolina. Providence Presbyterian Church,
|Hiwassee River Crossing
||US Route #129 crosses Hiwassee River over a road bridge,
|US Route #64 : Murphy, NC
||Junction US Route #64, Peachtree Street, US Route #19, to Murphy, North Carolina. Harshaw Chapel and Cemetery, a historic Methodist chapel and cemetery at Church and Central Streets in Murphy, North Carolina, built in 1869 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Tri County Community College, Murphy Medical Center, Tanglewood Lake Upper,
|Andrews Road : Shopping Center
||Andrews Road, to Valley Village Shopping Center,
|Bridge on Valley River
||A Road Bridge on Valley River, US Route #129 carried across by the bridge.
||A Bridge over Valley River carries US Route #129 across. The Valley River, is a tributary of the Hiwassee River.
|State Route #141 : Marble, NC
||State Route #141, Community of Marble, North Carolina, located along US Route #129, Fires Creek Wildlife Management Area, lies southeast of Marble, North Carolina, off US Route #129.
|Airport Rd : Andrews-Murphy Airport
||A Connecting Road to, Airport Road, Andrews-Murphy Airport, Smoky Mountain Aero Andrews, Western Carolina Regional Airport, a county-owned public-use airport located just west of US Route #129 in Cherokee County, North Carolina, Woodville, North Carolina, an unincorporated community in Cherokee County, North Carolina, lies along Airport Road.
|Main Street : Andrews, NC
||2nd Street/Main Street, US Route #19, Andrews, North Carolina, a town in Cherokee County, North Carolina, First Baptist Church (Valleytown Cultural Arts Center), a historic church building at 101 Chestnut Street in Andrews, North Carolina, built in 1923 listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
|Junaluska Road : Nantahala Lake
||Junaluska Road, to Nantahala Lake, a lake located east of Andrews, North Carolina, within Nantahala National Forest near Wayah Bald, a high-altitude treeless open area in Nantahala National Forest. Wayah Bald is a popular destination for hikers, during Spring.
|Junction : US Rte #74 &19
||Junction US Route #74 & #19, runs along Nantahala River, Ferebee Memorial Picnic Area, Rafting on the Nantahala River is popular, Nantahala Outdoor Center, Queens Creek Lake, Community of Fairview, North Carolina, a town in Union County, North Carolina,
|Ledbetter Road : Waterfall
||Ledbetter Road, to a Waterfall on Ledbetter Creek on Bartram Trail Section 7,
|Junction : State Route #143
||Junction State Route #143, Sweetwater Road, Tri-County Community College, Robbinsville, North Carolina, a town in Graham County, North Carolina, Cultural Art Center, at Stecoah Gap along State Highway #143,
|County Rd 1138 : Campground
||County Road 1138, The Simple Life Campground, located along the river near Santeetlah Lake,
|Massey Branch Rd : Big Snowbird Creek
||Massey Branch Road, State Route #143, Deyton Camp, a camping area lies nearby just off US Route #129. Big Snowbird Creek,
||A bridge that carries US Route #129 over a part of Santeetlah Lake,
|Cross Creek Rd : Lake Santeetlah
||Cross Creek Road, to Lake Santeetlah, part of the Tennessee River watershed, was created in 1928, in Graham County, North Carolina. The reservoir is located within the Nantahala National Forest. Sswimming, Camping, Picnicking, Fishing and Boating facilities are available on Lake Santeetlah.
|County Rd 1145 : Lake Santeetlah, NC
||County Road 1145, Lake Santeetlah, North Carolina, a town in Graham County, North Carolina, located on the shores of Santeetlah Lake within Nantahala National Forest.
|County Rd 1146 : Santeetlah Dam
||County Road 1146, Santeetlah Dam, a hydroelectric development on the Cheoah River in Graham County, North Carolina.
|Joyce Kilmer Rd : Joyce Kilmer-Slickrock Wilderness
||Joyce Kilmer Road, Joyce Kilmer-Slickrock Wilderness was established in 1975 in the Nantahala National Forest, North Carolina and the Cherokee National Forest in eastern Tennessee, in the Slickrock and Little Santeetlah Creeks watersheds. It lies west off US Route #129.
|Meadow Branch Rd : Tapooo, NC
||Meadow Branch Road, Community of Tapooo, North Carolina, Historic Fontana Village, Lake Fontana, a lake created by Fontana Dam, a hydroelectric dam on the Little Tennessee River in Swain and Graham counties, North Carolina, lies in the east.
|Bridge on Cheoah River
||US Route #129 is carried across Cheoah River over a bridge, just west of The Cheoah Dam, a hydroelectric development located in Graham and Swain counties, North Carolina on the Little Tennessee River.
|Access : Cheoah Valley Lake
||Access to, Tail of the Dragon Store Deals Gap at Deals Gap Resort, Cheoah Valley Lake,
|Junction : State Highway #28
||Junction State Highway #28, runs along the northern shore of Cheoah Lake, uptill Fontana Dam, where the highway changes its course. Tail of the Dragon, Tree of Shame, located within Deals Gap Motorcycle Resort, nearby.
|North Carolina/Tennessee State Line
||North Carolina/Tennessee State Line, This is where the North Carolina part of the US Highway #129 ends and the US Highway #129 enters Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Tennessee. -ND10-