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The Allure of Waterfalls

  • October 24, 2018

Here in the southern Blue Ridge it's been a warm, late autumn. If you haven't visited to tour the fall colors, you still have time. There may have been some in the upper elevations early on, but lower down the…

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Keeping the Chattooga River Wild & Scenic

  • May 1, 2018

In the outdoor recreation world, perhaps no river has had a greater impact on the Southern Appalachians than the Chattooga. If you appreciate the treasure of this historic river and what it brings to the region, now is your time…

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Waterfalls: What Defines Them?

  • May 15, 2017

We’ve had a lot of requests for Jim Parham’s Waterfall Hikes of North Georgia this week. All the rain this spring has made for spectacular waterfalls in the region. That got us thinking: What defines a waterfall? To answer that question, here’s an…

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Happy Rainy New Year

  • December 30, 2015

In this very wet ending to 2015, we went in search of the silver lining in all the rain we've had: rushing, gushing waterfalls. Our hike took us to Snowbird Creek in Graham County, NC,  where we chose a shorter version of…

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Waterfalls in Winter

  • January 15, 2015

I’ve always believed that if you’re going on a hike, it’s a lot more fun and a lot more interesting if you have an exciting destination in mind. This could be a good view off the top of a rocky…

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