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Roan Creeper
04-28-2009, 22:15
http://www.johnsoncitypress.com/09/News/article.php?ID=68532

Chaco Taco
04-28-2009, 23:29
It truly is one of the crown jewels of the south. Love it love it love it!!!

Big Dawg
04-29-2009, 07:21
I hiked a section across the Roan Highlands a few years back. It was clear and absolutely beautiful, albeit cold. I snapped many pics w/ my disposable, & then once home,,,, Walgreens messed up my disposable during processing & lost all my pics :datz I was soooo MAD. That pushed me to finally get a digital!

Gray Blazer
04-29-2009, 09:12
I hiked a section across the Roan Highlands a few years back. It was clear and absolutely beautiful, albeit cold. I snapped many pics w/ my disposable, & then once home,,,, Walgreens messed up my disposable during processing & lost all my pics :datz I was soooo MAD. That pushed me to finally get a digital!http://www.whiteblaze.net/forum/vbg/showimage.php?i=8604&original=1&c=member&imageuser=6217Got some pics in my gallery.

I love all the AT.

Snowcapped Big Hump.

freebird'08
04-29-2009, 09:32
I must say It was a a great hike. As a sobo finishing this year and in the center of the photo, this trail is one of the best spots on the At. 340 to go after a little work for stay and the nobo push is about over.

Gray Blazer
04-29-2009, 12:27
I did not know there was a treeline in NC, nor did I realize that the AT in that section barely dips below it.

kyhipo
04-29-2009, 13:15
my 2 cents is:D loved it.ky

Lugnut
04-29-2009, 15:22
I did not know there was a treeline in NC, nor did I realize that the AT in that section barely dips below it.

I've learned something new today. :D

DuctTape
04-29-2009, 16:29
I did not know there was a treeline in NC, nor did I realize that the AT in that section barely dips below it.

hmmm.... :-?