Adventure Publications Waterfalls of the Blue Ridge
Featuring more than 140 of the region's best waterfalls, Waterfalls of the Blue Ridge is your guide to scenic outings along the Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina and Virginia.
- Featured waterfalls range from 10 to 500 feet high; some require no hike at all, while others can only be seen from the trail
- This full-color guide provides the information you need to choose which waterfalls to visit
- Take a quick look at the hiking distance and the level of difficulty, then read the hike description, so you know what to expect
- Maps, driving directions and GPS trailhead coordinates help you get there
- Professional photographs offer glimpses of the beauty that you'll encounter on the trail
- Coverage area includes 2 states, 3 national parks, 3 wilderness areas, 4 national forests, 8 state parks and more
- Waterfalls are grouped together by location and appear in geographic order, north to south
Made in USA.From the publisher:Waterfall hiking in the mountains of the Blue Ridge is a marvelous way to experience the great outdoors. The hills of the Blue Ridge harbor an incredible number of waterfalls: Hundreds of named falls—and perhaps thousands more—wait to be discovered any time of year. With this guide as your reference, you can seek out a different waterfall every time or hike to your favorite falls, time and again.View all Adventure Publications Southeast Hiking Guidebooks
In Waterfalls of the Blue Ridge, expert hiker and veteran outdoors writer Johnny Molloy guides you to more than 140 of the region's best waterfalls, ranging from 10 to 500 feet high. Some require no hike at all, while others can only be seen from the trail. Most trails in this book could stand alone, but they are even better when combined with the chance to visit a waterfall.
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9 x 6 inches
Menasha Ridge Press
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