590 pages, 13 color & numerous B&W photos
6 x 9 inches, softcover
Published by John F. Blair, Publisher, 2005
This is it! This is the book everyone talks about, the “Bible” for North Carolina’s waterfalls.
From the back cover of North Carolina Waterfalls:
“Since its original publication in 1994, North Carolina Waterfalls has been through six printings, attracting many thousands of readers who valued its clear road and trail directions and its photography tips. But Author-photographer Kevin Adams hasn't rested on his laurels. For this revised and expanded edition, Adams examined every single USGS topographical map for North Carolina—hundreds of them—and logged more miles by car and on foot than he cares to recall. The result is a guidebook containing three times as much material as the original. North Carolina Waterfalls now describes over 600 waterfalls and showcases them with over 100 color and black-and-white photographs.
If you're visiting the northwestern part of the state, you may know of Linville Falls and Crabtree Falls, but you're less likely familiar with the beautiful Craborchard Falls and Bard Falls. If you're in the southwestern mountains, by all means check out the popular Whitewater Falls and Looking Glass Falls, but don't miss the little-known Skinny Dip Falls and Alarka Falls. And thanks to Adams' research, you'll find some pleasant surprises in the vicinity of eastern towns like Fayetteville and Rocky Mount, too.
From its comprehensive coverage to its helpful beauty ratings to its emphasis on stewardship of our natural resources, North Carolina Waterfalls remains the definitive guide to its subject.”
The North Carolina Waterfalls book makes a perfect companion to the Waterfalls Of North Carolina Map. Together, they provide the most comprehensive information available for North Carolina's spectacular waterfalls.