You're going to LOVE this map!
This is the first (and only) map available that features a significant number of waterfalls in western North Carolina. To create the map, I partnered with Larry Odoski of Outdoor Paths Publishing. We secured the best cartographers in the business, Jack Mohr and Pete Kennedy, and together the four of us devoted more than a year of painstaking work to the project. The result is a map that is as beautiful to look at as it is functional to use.
- Map measures approximately 26 x 38 inches and folds to 4 x 9 inches
- 100% designed, produced, and printed in the USA
- Printed on waterproof and tearproof plastic
- Over 300 waterfalls included
- Detailed information for over 125 falls
- 44 waterfall photographs
- GPS coordinates for the waterfalls
- GPS coordinates for the waterfall trailheads
- Includes waterfalls on the Tennessee side of the Smokies
- Alphabetical waterfall list available for download (see below)
- Detailed inset maps for:
- Looking Glass Rock region of Pisgah National Forest
- Wilson Creek Region of Pisgah National Forest
- Standing Indian region of Nantahala National Forest
- Snowbird Creek region of Nantahala National Forest
- DuPont State Forest
- Lake Jocassee Gorges region
- Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Click to view front and backside
To make it as user-friendly as possible for general field use, the map lists the waterfalls in numerical order following their geographic location. To supplement the map and make it even more functional, I have provided this alphabetical list that includes map grid coordinates of all the waterfalls included. With this list, if you know the name of the waterfall, you can quickly find it on the map. Please note that grid coordinates on this list refer to the main map, not the insets.
The Waterfalls of North Carolina Map makes a perfect companion to the North Carolina Waterfalls book. Together, they provide the most comprehensive information available for North Carolina's spectacular waterfalls.