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Great Waterfalls of North Carolina: A Guide for Hikers, Photographers, and Waterfall Enthusiasts

Neil Regan

Parkway Publishers
978-1-933251-70-7
$19.95
8½ x 8½  
160 pages
65 color photographs
March 2010

Great Waterfalls of North Carolina is an informative guidebook for locating and photographing 65 waterfalls and cascades in the beautiful Blue Ridge and Great Smoky mountains of North Carolina. The book contains color photographs of each waterfall, along with detailed, easy-to-follow driving directions to the trailheads and hiking or biking directions once you're on the trails. It includes ratings for beauty and trail difficulty and tips for the best photographic locations for every waterfall. This user-friendly guide is packed with information to assist you in exploring the fantastic array of the region's waterfalls.

 

 

Praise:

“Although it’s impossible to confine nature’s beautiful features to paper and ink, Neil Regan comes close…he shares the scenic delights of 65 cascades and waterfalls. Stunning photographs…easy to read…Regan’s tribute to North Carolina’s waterfalls make you want to see them in person.”  
— Suzanne Capehart, Our State Magazine.
“What’s most striking are Regan’s photos [is how they] attest not only to his skill but also to the beauty of the places he visited. The format is built for easy use…”
— John Bordsen, Travel Editor, The Charlotte Observer
 “Neil Regan captures the beauty and awe of one of nature’s most unique features in a comprehensive guide…Regan’s thorough accounts of each distinct waterfall compliment the beautiful photographs, which the author took himself. Whether an experienced hiker and nature expert or a novice adventurer, readers can use Regan’s Great Waterfalls of North Carolina to explore some of the state’s most unique and awe-inspiring natural wonders.”
—Samantha Hoback, BlueRidgeCountry.com
“Anyone seeking a cure for spring fever will do well to pick up this guide and start planning a summer’s worth of day-trips.” —Joshua Simcox, WNC Magazine