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Meanderthals | Grand Highlands at Bearwallow Mountain – A Photo Essay

Meanderthals | Grand Highlands at Bearwallow Mountain – A Photo Essay

Grand Highlands on Bearwallow Mountain

Grand Highlands on Bearwallow Mountain

Meanderthals | Appalachian Trail on Grassy Ridge, Roan Highlands

Meanderthals | Appalachian Trail on Grassy Ridge, Roan Highlands

Meanderthals | A Day on the Cataloochee Divide – A Photo Essay

Meanderthals | A Day on the Cataloochee Divide – A Photo Essay

The Southerly View from Pilot Rock in Pisgah National Forest. The valley below is the Cradle of Forestry National Historical Site.

The Southerly View from Pilot Rock in Pisgah National Forest. The valley below is the Cradle of Forestry National Historical Site.

Shining Rock and Cold Mountain in the Shining Rock Wilderness of Pisgah National Forest. This view is from 6020' Tennent Mountain.

Shining Rock and Cold Mountain in the Shining Rock Wilderness of Pisgah National Forest. This view is from 6020' Tennent Mountain.

Newfound Mountains from the Appalachian Highlands Science Learning Center at Purchase Knob | Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Newfound Mountains from the Appalachian Highlands Science Learning Center at Purchase Knob | Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Pounding Mill Overlook at milepost 413 on the Blue Ridge Parkway.

Pounding Mill Overlook at milepost 413 on the Blue Ridge Parkway.

Mountains to Sea Trail to Green Mountain Trail, Middle Prong Wilderness    The MtS winds through an ever-changing forest that runs the gamut of evergreens found in the high country of Western North Carolina. Past waterfalls and streams, through thickets and meadows, surrounded by 6000 foot tall mountain peaks, with the always present aroma of pine and spruce and fir, this stretch of the MtS to the Green Mountain Trail is a hiker’s delight. It doesn't get much better.

Mountains to Sea Trail to Green Mountain Trail, Middle Prong Wilderness The MtS winds through an ever-changing forest that runs the gamut of evergreens found in the high country of Western North Carolina. Past waterfalls and streams, through thickets and meadows, surrounded by 6000 foot tall mountain peaks, with the always present aroma of pine and spruce and fir, this stretch of the MtS to the Green Mountain Trail is a hiker’s delight. It doesn't get much better.

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