Cross-posted from Appalachian Voices
June / July 2011
Iconic vistas and gentle mountainscapes, ancient hills and hollows, towering trees and natural springs where the water is so clear that it reflects the seasons as it twists and tumbles across rocks to the valleys below … yes, it is that time of year in Appalachia. This summer, find time to reconnect with the mountains. Explore the Central and Southern Appalachians and absorb their natural beauty and undeniable value. This issue of The Voice offers just a few suggestions for places to enjoy a broad array of interests in one of our nation’s most incredible regions where the people and communities are warm and welcoming. Check out some of our Hidden Treasures, enjoy your summer and embrace all that our mountains have to offer.
The Waterfalls of Appalachia — In this special installment of Hiking the Highlands, we highlight seven (out of the hundreds!) of our favorite waterfalls in central and southern Appalachia. For aficionados and casual waterfall enthusiasts alike.
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The Appalachian Voice, June/July 2011 — The Hidden Treasures of Appalachia