Saturday, February 09, 2008

Nantahala River



The Nantahala River is in western North Carolina. It is a popular river for rafting and canoes. Nantahala is Cherokee, it translates into Land of the Noonday Sun. This name comes from the high cliffs and steep gorge walls along the river that shut out the direct light of the sun until nearly noon. There is a cache here called "Land of the Noonday Sun" but we didn't find that one.


Andrews Rest Stop
Bike Trail Bridge
Ferebee
Patton's Run
Nantahala Ent
Power House
Welcome to Graham County #1
Beyond the Painted Rock
Nantahala River Gorge Earthcache

62 miles from home
2/9/2008

1 Comments:

At 9:13 AM, Blogger ET said...

Some of my ancestors lived in the Nantahala district in or near Macon County, North Carolina. Beautiful country!

 

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