Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in North Carolina
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The Nantahala heads up just inside the edge of Nantahala National Forest before entering ...
This is a fast wild-water stream cutting a gorge 1,200 feet deep between Mill Ridge on ...
The Raven Fork comes off Breakneck Ridge, often at just that speed. It flows through the ...
The Caney Fork has its headwaters in the Nantahala National Forest and is joined by many ...
Slickrock Creek originates in the Unicoi Mountains of southwestern North Carolina and ...
Santeetlah Creek originates in the Nantahala National Forest, just south of the pristine, ...
The Cheoah River is normally a dry streambed that runs from Santeetlah Dam to the Little ...
The North Prong of the Lewis Fork heads up on the slopes of the Blue Ridge and winds its ...
The Little heads up on the slopes of Peach Bottom Mountain and winds its way through the ...
Rockhouse Creek is a tiny headwater tributary of Wilson Creek, in Pisgah National Forest, ...
The Linville River originates approximately 1 mile east and down slope of Sugar Mountain, ...
Buck Creek has its headwaters in the Mount Mitchell Wildlife Management Area below the ...
The Elk originates in Avery County in the valley between Beech and Sugar Mountains, both ...
The First Broad rises on the slopes of South Mountain and flows eastward through Golden ...
The North Pac flows through the Saluda Mountains and is a great roadside adrenaline fix. ...
The Swannanoa drops off the western slopes of the Blue Ridge at Swannanoa Gap just east ...
The Davidson is formed in northern Transylvania County by Shuck Ridge, Daniel Ridge, and ...
The French Broad is formed in the vicinity of Rosman, North Carolina, where the North ...
The North Fork of the French Broad heads up on the eastern edge of the Nantahala National ...
The West Fork of the French Broad forms as drainage between Round Mountain and Big Pisgah ...
The Middle Prong flows out of the Middle Prong Wilderness, which lies within Pisgah National ...
Soco Creek heads up into Soco Gap (elevation 4,345 feet), where the Blue Ridge Parkway ...
Whiteoak Creek is born high in the Nantahala National Forest between Split Whiteoak Ridge ...
The Haw River begins in the northwest corner of Guilford County and flows east around ...
Elk Creek cuts through the deep valley below Elk Ridge on its way to join the Yadkin River ...
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