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  • Autumn afternoon at Lone Bald Overlook - elev. 5635' (Milepost 432.0) on the Blue Ridge Parkway south of Asheville, North Carolina.
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  • Autumn afternoon at Lone Bald Overlook - elev. 5635' (Milepost 432.0) on the Blue Ridge Parkway south of Asheville, North Carolina.
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  • Big Ridge Overlook - elev. 3820' (Milepost 403.0) on the Blue Ridge Parkway south of Asheville, North Carolina.
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  • Big Ridge Overlook - elev. 3820' (Milepost 403.0) on the Blue Ridge Parkway south of Asheville, North Carolina.
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  • Buck Spring Valley viewed from the Blue Ridge Parkway south of Asheville, North Carolina
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  • Buck Spring Valley viewed from the Blue Ridge Parkway south of Asheville, North Carolina
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  • Chimney Rock is a 315 ft. high monolith that overlooks Hickory Nut Gorge in Rutherford County, North Carolina.
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  • Chimney Rock is a 315 ft. high monolith that overlooks Hickory Nut Gorge in Rutherford County, North Carolina.
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  • Sunset at the Cowee Mountains Overlook - elev. 5950' (Milepost 430.0) on the Blue Ridge Parkway south of Asheville, North Carolina.
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  • Sunset at the Cowee Mountains Overlook - elev. 5950' (Milepost 430.0) on the Blue Ridge Parkway south of Asheville, North Carolina.
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  • Craggy Gardens, just north of Asheville, North Carolina, is one of the most dramatic viewpoints on the Blue Ridge Parkway. Stunning vistas of the Blue Ridge Mountains stretch far into Tennessee to the west and toward central North Carolina to the east.
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  • Craggy Gardens, just north of Asheville, North Carolina, is one of the most dramatic viewpoints on the Blue Ridge Parkway. Stunning vistas of the Blue Ridge Mountains stretch far into Tennessee to the west and toward central North Carolina to the east.
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  • Hickory Nut Gorge in the distance looking from Lake Lure in Rutherford County, North Carolina.
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  • Passing storm clouds send rays of light down over Lone Bald Overlook - elev. 5635' (Milepost 432.0) on the Blue Ridge Parkway south of Asheville, North Carolina
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  • Passing storm clouds send rays of light down on Lone Bald Overlook - elev. 5635' (Milepost 432.0) on the Blue Ridge Parkway south of Asheville, North Carolina
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  • LONE BALD OVERLOOK - elev. 5635' (Milepost 432.0) on the Blue Ridge Parkway south of Asheville, North Carolina.
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  • LONE BALD OVERLOOK - elev. 5635' (Milepost 432.0) on the Blue Ridge Parkway south of Asheville, North Carolina.
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  • LONE BALD OVERLOOK - elev. 5635' (Milepost 432.0) on the Blue Ridge Parkway south of Asheville, North Carolina.
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  • LONE BALD OVERLOOK - elev. 5635' (Milepost 432.0) on the Blue Ridge Parkway south of Asheville, North Carolina.
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  • LOOKING GLASS ROCK is a pluton monolith in the Appalachian Mountains of western North Carolina in Transylvania County. It is located within Pisgah National Forest 25 miles (40 kilometers) southwest of Asheville. Named for the way its granite face reflects the sunshine, it rises from the valley floor to an elevation of almost 4000 ft.
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  • LOOKING GLASS ROCK is a pluton monolith in the Appalachian Mountains of western North Carolina in Transylvania County. It is located within Pisgah National Forest 25 miles (40 kilometers) southwest of Asheville. Named for the way its granite face reflects the sunshine, it rises from the valley floor to an elevation of almost 4000 ft.
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  • An autumn day at Pounding Mill Overlook - elev. 4700' (Milepost 413.0) along the Blue Ridge Parkway south of Asheville, North Carolina. More than a century ago, mountain people would build a hammer type mill to grind corn. The mills were water powered and built along streams such as Pounding Mill Branch.
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  • An autumn day at Pounding Mill Overlook - elev. 4700' (Milepost 413.0) along the Blue Ridge Parkway south of Asheville, North Carolina. More than a century ago, mountain people would build a hammer type mill to grind corn. The mills were water powered and built along streams such as Pounding Mill Branch.
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  • Stormy afternoon at Rough Butt Bald Overlook - elev. 5300' (Milepost 425.0) on the Blue Ridge Parkway south of Asheville, North Carolina. The distinct mountain ridges seen from the overlook make an extraordinary sight. Butt is a term describing how a mountain breaks off or butts off sharply.
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  • Stormy afternoon at Rough Butt Bald Overlook - elev. 5300' (Milepost 425.0) on the Blue Ridge Parkway south of Asheville, North Carolina. The distinct mountain ridges seen from the overlook make an extraordinary sight. Butt is a term describing how a mountain breaks off or butts off sharply.
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  • Sun setting at Rough Butt Bald Overlook - elev. 5300' (Milepost 425.0) on the Blue Ridge Parkway south of Asheville, North Carolina. The distinct mountain ridges seen from the overlook make an extraordinary sight. Butt is a term describing how a mountain breaks off or butts off sharply.
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  • Sun setting at Rough Butt Bald Overlook - elev. 5300' (Milepost 425.0) on the Blue Ridge Parkway south of Asheville, North Carolina. The distinct mountain ridges seen from the overlook make an extraordinary sight. Butt is a term describing how a mountain breaks off or butts off sharply.
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  • Cascades found along Cove Creek while hiking to Cove Creek Falls in the Pisgah National Forest, Transylvania County, North Carolina.
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  • A beautiful small cascade along Cove Creek in the Pisgah National Forest, Transylvania County, North Carolina.
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  • COVE CREEK CROSSING on Cove Creek in Polk County, North Carolina. Not really a waterfall, but I came across this scene while looking for a place to cross Cove Creek during my hike to Little Bradley Falls.
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  • COVE CREEK FALLS drops 65 feet on Cove Creek in the Pisgah National Forest, Transylvania County, North Carolina.
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  • While hiking to Cove Creek Falls, I found this gentle slide along Cove Creek in the Pisgah National Forest, Transylvania County, North Carolina
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  • While hiking to Cove Creek Falls, I found this gentle slide along Cove Creek in the Pisgah National Forest, Transylvania County, North Carolina
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  • CRABTREE FALLS drops 70 feet on Big Crabtree Creek in Yancey County, North Carolina. It's a 0.9 mile downhill hike to the falls from the Crabtree Meadows Recreation Area parking lot located at mile market 339.5 on the Blue Ridge Parkway. The return trip is pretty strenuous up the slope, but cetainly worth the effort! This is a memorable hike through a magical forest to a beautiful and powerful waterfall.
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  • CRABTREE FALLS drops 70 feet on Big Crabtree Creek in Yancey County, North Carolina. It's a 0.9 mile downhill hike to the falls from the Crabtree Meadows Recreation Area parking lot located at mile market 339.5 on the Blue Ridge Parkway. The return trip is pretty strenuous up the slope, but cetainly worth the effort! This is a memorable hike through a magical forest to a beautiful and powerful waterfall.
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  • CRABTREE FALLS drops 70 feet on Big Crabtree Creek in Yancey County, North Carolina. It's a 0.9 mile downhill hike to the falls from the Crabtree Meadows Recreation Area parking lot located at mile market 339.5 on the Blue Ridge Parkway. The return trip is pretty strenuous up the slope, but cetainly worth the effort! This is a memorable hike through a magical forest to a beautiful and powerful waterfall. This photo shown for perspective of the waterfall size.
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  • CRABTREE FALLS drops 70 feet on Big Crabtree Creek in Yancey County, North Carolina. It's a 0.9 mile downhill hike to the falls from the Crabtree Meadows Recreation Area parking lot located at mile market 339.5 on the Blue Ridge Parkway. The return trip is pretty strenuous up the slope, but cetainly worth the effort! This is a memorable hike through a magical forest to a beautiful and powerful waterfall. This photo shown for perspective of the waterfall size.
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  • CULLASAJA FALLS drops 250 feet on the Cullasaja River in the Nantahala National Forest - Macon County, North Carolina
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  • Cascades on the Cullasaja River in the Nantahala National Forest - Macon County, North Carolina. Locals enjoy this location as a summertime water fun / sunbathing spot.
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  • This small cascade on a tributary of the Davidson River spills into a quiet peaceful pool in Transylvania County, North Carolina
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  • DILL FALLS, a two level cascade dropping 50 feet along the Tanasee Creek in the Nantahala National Forest in Jackson County, North Carolina.
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  • DRIFT FALLS, also known as Bust Your Butt falls by locals, is an 80 foot slide into a shallow pool, on private property on the Horsepasture River in Transylvania County, North Carolina.
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  • DRIFT FALLS, also known as Bust Your Butt falls by locals, is an 80 foot slide into a shallow pool, on private property on the Horsepasture River in Transylvania County, North Carolina.
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  • DRY FALLS drops 80 feet on the Cullasaja River in the Nantahala National Forest - Macon County, North Carolina. The Cullasaja River projects over an overhanging cliff, allowing a memorable experience of walking behind this beautiful waterfall without getting wet - hence the name, Dry Falls.
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  • DRY FALLS drops 80 feet on the Cullasaja River in the Nantahala National Forest - Macon County, North Carolina. The Cullasaja River projects over an overhanging cliff, allowing a memorable experience of walking behind this beautiful waterfall without getting wet - hence the name, Dry Falls.
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  • DRY FALLS drops 80 feet on the Cullasaja River in the Nantahala National Forest - Macon County, North Carolina. The Cullasaja River projects over an overhanging cliff, allowing a memorable experience of walking behind this beautiful waterfall without getting wet - hence the name, Dry Falls. This photo taken from the far side of the falls after having walked underneath the cascade.
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  • DRY FALLS drops 80 feet on the Cullasaja River in the Nantahala National Forest - Macon County, North Carolina. The Cullasaja River projects over an overhanging cliff, allowing a memorable experience of walking behind this beautiful waterfall without getting wet - hence the name, Dry Falls. This photo taken from the far side of the falls after having walked underneath the cascade.
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  • ESTATOE FALLS drops 60 feet on Shoal Creek in Transylvania County, North Carolina. Located on private property. This falls was named by the Eastatoe tribe of the Eastern Cherokee Nation. Eastatoe was the Cherokee name for the now extinct Carolina parakeet. The pool at the base of this waterfall was used by the native Cherokee People for bathing.
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  • ESTATOE FALLS drops 60 feet on Shoal Creek in Transylvania County, North Carolina. Located on private property. This falls was named by the Eastatoe tribe of the Eastern Cherokee Nation. Eastatoe was the Cherokee name for the now extinct Carolina parakeet. The pool at the base of this gentle waterfall was used by the native Cherokee People for bathing.
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  • For about a full half mile, Flat Laurel Creek is a series of continuous cascades in the Pisgah National Forest, Haywood County, North Carolina. It's about a 2 mile hike to here from where you must park your vehicle.
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  • FRENCH BROAD RIVER FALLS. Photo 1 of 2 of this beautiful 20 foot cascade on the North Fork of the French Broad River on private property in Transylvania County, North Carolina.
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  • FRENCH BROAD RIVER FALLS. Photo 2 of 2 of this beautiful 20 foot cascade on the North Fork of the French Broad River on private property in Transylvania County, North Carolina.
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  • GLEN FALLS on the East Fork of Overflow Creek in the Natahala National Forest - Macon County, North Carolina. There are three separate drops of connecting cascades of about 70 feet. This photo taken at the base of the middle cascade.
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  • THE LOWER FALLS AT GRAVEYARD FIELDS drops 60 feet on the Yellowstone Prong River in the Pisgah National Forest - Haywood County, North Carolina. Photo taken from the base of the falls.
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  • THE LOWER FALLS AT GRAVEYARD FIELDS drops 60 feet on the Yellowstone Prong River in the Pisgah National Forest - Haywood County, North Carolina. This photo taken at the base of the falls.
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  • THE LOWER FALLS AT GRAVEYARD FIELDS drops 60 feet on the Yellowstone Prong River in the Pisgah National Forest - Haywood County, North Carolina. This photo taken at the base of the fall.
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  • THE LOWER FALLS AT GRAVEYARD FIELDS drops 60 feet on the Yellowstone Prong River in the Pisgah National Forest - Haywood County, North Carolina. This photo taken from the Blue Ridge Parkway during fall foilage colors.
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  • THE LOWER FALLS AT GRAVEYARD FIELDS drops 60 feet on the Yellowstone Prong River in the Pisgah National Forest - Haywood County, North Carolina. This photo taken from the Blue Ridge Parkway during fall foilage colors.
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  • HICKORY NUT FALLS drops 404 feet along Fall Creek in Rutherford County, North Carolina. Located in Chimney Rock Park near Bat Cave, North Carolina.
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  • Hickory Nut Falls drops 404 feet along Fall Creek in Rutherford County, North Carolina. Located in Chimney Rock Park near Bat Cave, North Carolina. This photo taken at the base of the falls.
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  • Hickory Nut Falls drops 404 feet along Fall Creek in Rutherford County, North Carolina. Located in Chimney Rock Park near Bat Cave, North Carolina. This photo taken at the base of the falls.
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  • HIGH FALLS slides 150 feet down a steep plane of granite on the Little River in the DuPont State Forest - Transylvania County, North Carolina. It's a long and slippery trail to the base of this fall.
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  • HOOKER FALLS drops about 12 feet on the Little River in the DuPont State Forest into Cascade Lake - Transylvania County, North Carolina.
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  • HOOKER FALLS drops about 12 feet on the Little River in the DuPont State Forest into Cascade Lake - Transylvania County, North Carolina.
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  • HOOKER FALLS drops about 12 feet on the Little River in the DuPont State Forest into Cascade Lake - Transylvania County, North Carolina.
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  • LITTLE BRADLEY FALLS, a beautiful multi-level cascade dropping about 35 feet on Cove Creek. Located on private property leased as a North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission Game Land in Polk County, North Carolina.
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  • LITTLE BRADLEY FALLS, a beautiful multi-level cascade dropping about 35 feet on Cove Creek. Located on private property leased as a North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission Game Land in Polk County, North Carolina.
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  • LOOKING GLASS FALLS, probably the most often visited and photographed falls in Western North Carolina. It drops 60 feet on Looking Glass Creek into a deep pool. Located in the Pisgah National Forest - Transylvania County, North Carolina.
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  • LOOKING GLASS FALLS, probably the most often visited and photographed falls in Western North Carolina. It drops 60 feet on Looking Glass Creek into a deep pool. Located in the Pisgah National Forest - Transylvania County, North Carolina. This photo taken with the falls in full flow after a heavy rain storm.
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  • LOOKING GLASS FALLS, probably the most often visited and photographed falls in Western North Carolina. It drops 60 feet on Looking Glass Creek into a deep pool. Located in the Pisgah National Forest - Transylvania County, North Carolina. This photo taken while standing in the middle of Looking Glass Creek while it was raining! I must have been a comical sight that morning - standing in a roaring creek about 3 feet deep while holding an umbrella over my camera equipment.
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  • LOOKING GLASS FALLS, probably the most often visited and photographed falls in Western North Carolina. It drops 60 feet on Looking Glass Creek into a deep pool. Located in the Pisgah National Forest - Transylvania County, North Carolina. This photo taken while standing in the middle of Looking Glass Creek while it was raining! I must have been a comical sight that morning - standing in a roaring creek about 3 feet deep while holding an umbrella over my camera equipment.
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  • LOOKING GLASS FALLS, probably the most often visited and photographed falls in Western North Carolina. It drops 60 feet on Looking Glass Creek into a deep pool. Located in the Pisgah National Forest - Transylvania County, North Carolina.
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  • LOOKING GLASS FALLS, probably the most often visited and photographed falls in Western North Carolina. It drops 60 feet on Looking Glass Creek into a deep pool. Located in the Pisgah National Forest - Transylvania County, North Carolina.
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  • MOORE COVE FALLS drops 50 feet on Moore Creek in the Pisgah National Forest in Transylvania County, North Carolina. The falls spills over an overhanging ledge allowing you to walk behind the falls. It's a beautiful hike through a magical forest to this fall.
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  • MOORE COVE FALLS drops 50 feet on Moore Creek in the Pisgah National Forest in Transylvania County, North Carolina. The falls spills over an overhanging ledge allowing you to walk behind the falls. It's a memorable hike through a beautiful forest to this waterfall.
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  • CASCADE ON THE NORTH FORK OF THE FRENCH BROAD RIVER in Transylvania County, North Carolina. I encountered this small cascade while hiking to Birdrock Falls. Located on private property.
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  • PEARSON'S FALLS drops about 90 feet on Colt Creek in Polk County, North Carolina. Located on private property maintained by the Tryon Garden Club.
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  • PEARSON'S FALLS drops about 90 feet on Colt Creek in Polk County, North Carolina. Located on private property maintained by the Tryon Garden Club.
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  • RAINBOW FALLS is a powerful cascade dropping about 150 feet on the Horsepasture River in the Nanatahala National Forest - Transylvania County, North Carolina.
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  • RAINBOW FALLS is a powerful cascade dropping about 150 feet on the Horsepasture River in the Nanatahala National Forest - Transylvania County, North Carolina.
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  • A beautiful cascade on private property along Shoal Creek in Transylvania County, North Carolina.
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  • A beautiful cascade on private property along Shoal Creek in Transylvania County, North Carolina.
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  • Another beautiful cascade on private property along Shoal Creek in Transylvania County, North Carolina.
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  • Another beautiful cascade on private property along Shoal Creek in Transylvania County, North Carolina.
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  • SHUNKAWAUKEN FALLS is one continuous cascade from White Oak Mountain's summit to its base; the main upper portion drops 150 feet on Horse Creek. Located on private property in Polk County, North Carolina. Named for a local Cherokee Indian Chief in 1891.
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  • SHUNKAWAUKEN FALLS is one continuous cascade from White Oak Mountain's summit to its base; the main upper portion drops 150 feet on Horse Creek. Located on private property in Polk County, North Carolina. Named for a local Cherokee Indian Chief in 1891.
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  • SLICK ROCK FALLS drops 35 feet on Slick Rock Creek in the Pisgah National Forest - Transylvania County, North Carolina. It is treachereous footing around this waterfall. This photo taken at the base of the falls.
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  • SLICK ROCK FALLS drops 35 feet on Slick Rock Creek in the Pisgah National Forest - Transylvania County, North Carolina. It is treachereous footing around this waterfall. This photo taken at the base of the falls.
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  • SLICK ROCK FALLS drops 35 feet on Slick Rock Creek in the Pisgah National Forest - Transylvania County, North Carolina. It is treachereous footing around this waterfall. This photo taken approaching the falls.
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  • SLICK ROCK FALLS drops 35 feet on Slick Rock Creek in the Pisgah National Forest - Transylvania County, North Carolina. It is treachereous footing around this waterfall. This photo taken approaching the falls.
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  • SLIDING ROCK is a 60 foot slide on Looking Glass Creek into a 6 foot deep pool. Located in the Pisgah National Forest, Transylvania County, North Carolina. A popular recreational attraction for adventurous sliders.
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  • SLIDING ROCK is a 60 foot slide on Looking Glass Creek into a 6 foot deep pool. Located in the Pisgah National Forest, Transylvania County, North Carolina. A popular recreational attraction for adventurous sliders.
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  • Small cascade on Tom's Spring Branch in the Pisgah National Forest - Transylvania County, North Carolina.
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  • TOM'S SPRING FALLS (also known as Daniel Ridge Falls and Jackson Falls) drops 150 feet on Tom's Spring Branch River in the Pisgah National Forest - Transylvania County, North Carolina.
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  • TOM'S SPRING FALLS (also known as Daniel Ridge Falls and Jackson Falls) drops 150 feet on Tom's Spring Branch River in the Pisgah National Forest - Transylvania County, North Carolina.
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  • TRIPLE FALLS is 3 distinct cascades dropping over 150 feet on the Little River in the DuPont State Forest - Transylvania County, North Carolina. Triple falls was featured in the motion picture, Last Of The Mohicans.
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  • TRIPLE FALLS is 3 distinct cascades dropping over 150 feet on the Little River in the DuPont State Forest - Transylvania County, North Carolina. Triple falls was featured in the motion picture, Last Of The Mohicans.
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  • TRIPLE FALLS is 3 distinct cascades dropping over 150 feet on the Little River in the DuPont State Forest - Transylvania County, North Carolina. Triple falls was featured in the motion picture, Last Of The Mohicans. This is the lower cascade.
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  • TRIPLE FALLS is 3 distinct cascades dropping over 150 feet on the Little River in the DuPont State Forest - Transylvania County, North Carolina. Triple falls was featured in the motion picture, Last Of The Mohicans. This is the lower cascade.
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  • TRIPLE FALLS is 3 distinct cascades dropping over 150 feet on the Little River in the DuPont State Forest - Transylvania County, North Carolina. Triple falls was featured in the motion picture, Last Of The Mohicans. This is the middle cascade.
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  • TRIPLE FALLS is 3 distinct cascades dropping over 150 feet on the Little River in the DuPont State Forest - Transylvania County, North Carolina. Triple falls was featured in the motion picture, Last Of The Mohicans. This is the middle cascade.
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  • TRIPLE FALLS is 3 distinct cascades dropping over 150 feet on the Little River in the DuPont State Forest - Transylvania County, North Carolina. Triple falls was featured in the motion picture, Last Of The Mohicans. This is the upper cascade.
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  • TRIPLE FALLS is 3 distinct cascades dropping over 150 feet on the Little River in the DuPont State Forest - Transylvania County, North Carolina. Triple falls was featured in the motion picture, Last Of The Mohicans. This is the upper cascade.
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  • TURTLE BACK FALLS, also known as Umbrella Falls, drops about 20 feet on the Horsepasture River in the Nantahala National Forest - Transylvania County, North Carolina.
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  • TURTLE BACK FALLS, also known as Umbrella Falls, drops about 20 feet on the Horsepasture River in the Nantahala National Forest - Transylvania County, North Carolina.
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  • TURTLE BACK FALLS, also known as Umbrella Falls, drops about 20 feet on the Horsepasture River in the Nantahala National Forest - Transylvania County, North Carolina.
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  • WHITE OWL FALLS, a little known and seldom visited waterfall dropping 20 feet on the Thompson River in Transylvania County, North Carolina. This is my personal favorite of all the waterfalls. A gentle falls in a quiet, secluded, and peaceful location. Seldom visited due to its remote location.
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  • WHITE OWL FALLS, a little known and seldom visited waterfall dropping 20 feet on the Thompson River in Transylvania County, North Carolina. This is my personal favorite of all the waterfalls. A gentle falls in a quiet, secluded, and peaceful location. Seldom visited due to its remote location.
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  • WHITEWATER FALLS drops over 411 feet on the Whitewater River in the Nantahala National Forest in Transylvania and Jackson Counties, North Carolina. This powerful falls is considered the most spectacular waterfall east of the Rocky Mountains. This photo was taken during the peak of fall foliage colors.
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  • WHITEWATER FALLS drops over 411 feet on the Whitewater River in the Nantahala National Forest in Transylvania and Jackson Counties, North Carolina. This powerful falls is considered the most spectacular waterfall east of the Rocky Mountains. This photo was taken during the peak of fall foliage colors.
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  • WHITEWATER FALLS drops over 411 feet on the Whitewater River in the Nantahala National Forest in Transylvania and Jackson Counties, North Carolina. This powerful falls is considered the most spectacular waterfall east of the Rocky Mountains. This photo was taken during the peak of fall foliage colors. This is the lower cascade.
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  • WHITEWATER FALLS drops over 411 feet on the Whitewater River in the Nantahala National Forest in Transylvania and Jackson Counties, North Carolina. This powerful falls is considered the most spectacular waterfall east of the Rocky Mountains. This photo was taken during the peak of fall foliage colors. This is the lower cascade.
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  • WHITEWATER FALLS drops over 411 feet on the Whitewater River in the Nantahala National Forest in Transylvania and Jackson Counties, North Carolina. This powerful falls is considered the most spectacular waterfall east of the Rocky Mountains. This photo was taken during the peak of fall foliage colors. This is the upper cascade.
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  • YELLOWSTONE FALLS drops about 125 feet on the Yellowstone Prong River in the Pisgah National Forest - Haywood County, North Carolina. It's a dangerous and strenuous climb to get into and out of the steep rocky gorge to the base of this waterfall.
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  • YELLOWSTONE FALLS drops about 125 feet on the Yellowstone Prong River in the Pisgah National Forest - Haywood County, North Carolina. It's a dangerous and strenuous climb to get into and out of the steep rocky gorge to the base of this waterfall.
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Autumn At Lone Bald Overlook
Big Ridge Overlook
Buck Spring Valley
Chimney Rock
Cowee Mountains Sunset
Craggy Gardens Overlook
Hickory Nut Gorge From Lake Lure
Lone Bald Overlook Light Show
Lone Bald Overlook 2
Lone Bald Overlook 3
Looking Glass Rock
Pounding Mill Overlook
Rough Butt Bald Overlook
Rough Butt Bald Overlook 2
WATERFALLS
Batson Creek Falls
Bird Rock Falls
Bridal Veil Falls
Cathey's Creek Falls
Cove Creek Cascades
Cove Creek Cascades 2
Cove Creek Crossing
Cove Creek Falls
Cove Creek Slide
Crabtree Falls
Crabtree Falls 2
Cullasaja Falls
Cullasaja River Cascades
Davidson River Cascade
Dill Falls
Drift Falls
Dry Falls 1
Dry Falls 2
Eastatoe Falls
Flat Laurel Creek Cascades
French Broad River Falls 1
French Broad River Falls 2
Glen Falls
Grave Yard Fields Lower Falls 1
Grave Yard Fields Lower Falls 2
Grave Yard Fields Lower Falls 3
Grave Yard Fields Upper Falls
Hickory Nut Falls 1
Hickory Nut Falls 2
High Falls
Hooker Falls 1
Hooker Falls 2
Little Bradley Falls
Looking Glass Falls 1
Looking Glass Falls 2
Looking Glass Falls 3
Moore Cove Falls
North Fork French Broad River Cascade
Pearson's Falls
Rainbow Falls
Shoal Creek Cascade
Shoal Creek Cascade 2
Shunkawauken Falls
Slick Rock Falls 1
Slick Rock Falls 2
Sliding Rock
Tom's Spring Branch Cascade
Tom's Spring Falls
Triple Falls
Triple Falls Lower Cascade
Triple Falls Middle Cascade
Triple Falls Upper Cascade
Turtle Back Falls 1
Turtle Back Falls 2
White Owl Falls
Whitewater Falls
Whitewater Falls Lower Cascade
Whitewater Falls Upper Cascade
Yellowstone Falls
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