Whitewater of the Southern Appalachians: Volume 2: The Mountains

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By Kirk Eddlemon

Whitewater of the Southern Appalachians

Volume 2: The Mountains

404 pages, color
The history of the Southern Appalachians is inscribed upon the land by the waters of a boundless web of streams, speaking only as rivers can to the profound rewards awaiting those drawn by the sound of flowing water. This inspiring, comprehensive guide to more than 230 whitewater streams in the Southern Appalachian Mountains is the key to a lifetime of exploration and aqueous fulfillment in North America’s oldest range.

Extending far beyond the scope of the average guidebook, this work consists of not only inspiring photography and valuable, accurate information, but is also packed with in-depth coverage of the geologic history of the blue ridge mountains, advanced methods for chasing rain, classic river stories from local paddling legends, and much more. If you’re looking for the ultimate resource for whitewater paddling in the southern mountains, look no further.

Chapters contain runs in the following areas: High Country, Bald Mountains, Asheville, Balsam Mountains, Upper Little Tennessee, The Smokies, Unicoi Mountains, Big Frog-Cohutta, Eastern Escarpment, Lake Jocassee, Chattooga, Georgia Foothills, and The Fall Line.

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The history of the Southern Appalachians is inscribed upon the land by the waters of a boundless web of streams, speaking only as rivers can to the profound rewards awaiting those drawn by the sound of flowing water. This inspiring, comprehensive guide to more than 230 whitewater streams in the Southern Appalachian Mountains is the key to a lifetime of exploration and aqueous fulfillment in North America’s oldest range.Extending far beyond the scope of the average guidebook, this work consists of not only inspiring photography and valuable, accurate information, but is also packed with in-depth coverage of the geologic history of the blue ridge mountains, advanced methods for chasing rain, classic river stories from local paddling legends, and much more. If you’re looking for the ultimate resource for whitewater paddling in the southern mountains, look no further.Chapters contain runs in the following areas: High Country, Bald Mountains, Asheville, Balsam Mountains, Upper Little Tennessee, The Smokies, Unicoi Mountains, Big Frog-Cohutta, Eastern Escarpment, Lake Jocassee, Chattooga, Georgia Foothills, and The Fall Line.

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  • By Kirk Eddlemon
  • Volume 2: The Mountains
  • 404 pages, color