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Hiwassee River, Tennessee Professional Review and Guide
"Georgia’s Hiawassee River leaves the state headed north, cuts across the foot of a couple of North Carolina peaks, and plunges into Tennessee via an underground tunnel that diverts all of the river’s ?ow from its streambed. Now known as the Hiwassee River, the section described here ? ows with frigid releases from the Appalachia Powerhouse. After all its mountain meandering, this river still has one ridge left to clear in its surge towards the Tennessee River. It’s a fun ride; the Hiwassee is a forgiving stream, but one that accelerates a desire to hone your skills."
--Suzanne Welander and Bob Sehlinger, Canoeing and Kayaking Georgia (Menasha Ridge Press).
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