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Waterfalls of Tennessee: Second Edition

Waterfalls of Tennessee: Second Edition

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by Gregory Plumb
     
 
Covering upper east Tennessee to the Natchez Trace that links Nashville and Mississippi, this guidebook covers 275 waterfalls across the Volunteer State. Color photos, detailed maps, and comprehensive text explain everything the adventurer will need to know, from magnitude of the falls and size of the watershed to level of trail difficulty, the best

Overview

Covering upper east Tennessee to the Natchez Trace that links Nashville and Mississippi, this guidebook covers 275 waterfalls across the Volunteer State. Color photos, detailed maps, and comprehensive text explain everything the adventurer will need to know, from magnitude of the falls and size of the watershed to level of trail difficulty, the best season to visit, watercraft accessibility, and safety issues. Additionally, a companion website listed in the book includes constantly updated information on waterfall access and conditions.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781570723278
Publisher:
Overmountain Press
Publication date:
07/01/2008
Edition description:
Second edition
Pages:
287
Sales rank:
482,881
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.90(d)

Meet the Author

Gregory Plumb is a professor and chair of the department of cartography and geography at East Central University and the author of A Waterfall Lover's Guide to the Pacific Northwest. He lives in Johnson City, Tennessee.

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Waterfalls of Tennessee: Second Edition 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
aliciazim More than 1 year ago
With a waterfall "hunting" trip to Tennessee looming, I purchased this book for specific information on which waterfalls to see, how to get to each one, and details of the hikes. I found the details of the more involved hikes to be a little lacking. Of course, when you are taking an eight-mile hike, you would like as much detail as possible--especially when you aren't from that area. Since we haven't gone on the trip yet, I can't vouch for the accuracy. The pictures in the book are good. They make you want to go there.