Laurel Falls – January Thaw 2014 Hike

Here is some good advice. If a rare photo opportunity becomes available, take it. In fact, jump all over it. This past week, most of the eastern US suffered through the frigid, bone chilling effects of what has become known as the 2014 Polar Vortex. This rare event occurs when part of the extreme cold... Continue Reading →

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Laurel Falls – One of Eastern Tennessee’s Finest

It is now the middle of October, and I am in the mountains to see some color. Leaving the triad on US 421, it is painfully obvious that many others have this same idea. Once we got to Boone, it seemed everyone kind of dispersed and went their own way. I wanted to visit the... Continue Reading →

Clingman’s Dome

Clingman's Dome, a photo by waterfallshiker on Flickr. I had the chance to visit Clingman's Dome twice this Memorial Day Weekend. On Saturday, with sunshine all through the area, I was disappointed to find the 6643 feet elevated Clingman's Dome socked in with clouds and fog. Luckily I had one more chance to check it... Continue Reading →

Elk River Falls to Jones Falls

What a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon in February. The winds were light, temps about 50, sunshine was bright, water levels were up and the trails were barely dotted with hikers. There were 2 spectacular waterfalls in this hike, one at the beginning, and one was the destination. Along the way, I crossed... Continue Reading →

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