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Thread: Laurel Falls (Carter County)

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    I've always thought that snowy hikes were awesome! Thanks for posting the pics, you inspire me to get out and hike the next time we get some weather...
    "I wish I was fishin'..." -me

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    Default Find the falls from 5500'

    It's actually not that easy...


    I had a great opportunity today. A dear friend who is a missionary pilot in Africa was home on furlough and asked if I would like to go flying today. We had hiked to the falls last week and I regretted that I didn't take my camera, so he said we could fly over today. I knew it was rugged, but we had to hunt pretty hard ourselves. I took a few more shots as we circled and I guess this may be the best one to actually see the falls...


    Not very good pictures, this was just my point and shoot fishing camera. The lower photo is from a different angle as we are circling. I did get a few good pictures, they just weren't of the falls. Anyway just thought I would share this unique perspective.

    Mike

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    Great shots! That is a really great waterfall. I saw it on my Appalachian Trail section hike from Damascus, VA to Dennis Cove Road over new years. It was a nice hike no just because of the falls, but also because it was so flat and easy. Here is a picture of the falls then:


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    Quote Originally Posted by MtnMike View Post
    It's actually not that easy...


    I had a great opportunity today. A dear friend who is a missionary pilot in Africa was home on furlough and asked if I would like to go flying today. We had hiked to the falls last week and I regretted that I didn't take my camera, so he said we could fly over today. I knew it was rugged, but we had to hunt pretty hard ourselves. I took a few more shots as we circled and I guess this may be the best one to actually see the falls...


    Not very good pictures, this was just my point and shoot fishing camera. The lower photo is from a different angle as we are circling. I did get a few good pictures, they just weren't of the falls. Anyway just thought I would share this unique perspective.

    Mike
    Very nice, you should find my thread about the Caney Fork, the pictures are QUITE similar. Cessna <3
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    Mike,

    Don't tease me, I think Dennis Cove opens around May 15th, I'm trying to make it up there to see you again some time.

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    Kincora Hikers Hostel is open year round and Bob Peoples is one of the nicest guys you will ever meet. They are right on Dennis Cove Road 3/10 of a mile from the AT.

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