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This guide is the fast-track to help you achieve your creeking fantasies in North Carolina. Author: Leland Davis. Softcover; 224 pages; full-color photographs and illustrated maps. Brushy Mountain Publishing, Inc., copyright 2005. Features 101 river reaches and play spots with vital stats for each run placed for quick reference. Text descriptions of each run tells of the general character and critical information useful for trying the run. You will not find rapid-by-rapid descriptions, not every detail of a given run. Directions for finding the runs and setting shuttle are included with every reach; directions are given from a prominent landmark. River reaches and play spots are broken down into nine small regions for easy trip planning. Within each region, drainages are arranged as the water flows, with the higher reaches listed first followed by the lower reaches. Alternatively, rivers are also listed in order of difficulty or drainage area. Includes difficulty, length, put-in, take-out, elevation, gradient, drainage, gauge and levels for each run.
Brushy Mountain Publishing North Carolina Rivers & Creeks
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