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Slot Canyon Falls (Unaka Mtn)


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A completely unknown and unnamed series of falls that include a rare slot canyon / falls found deep within Unaka Mountain. These were discovered and shown to me by Larry Jarret and have not been documented by another known person as of this time.

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Phantom`s Trace Falls (Unaka Mtn)


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The falls of the Phantom`s Trace are dozens of nonstop insanely steep drops located in the deep recesses of Unaka Mtn. Discovered and shown to me by Larry Jarret there are no other known photos of any of the falls along this run.

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Twelve Virgins (Holston Mtn)


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There are numerous non stop drops along this well hidden between the cliffs and crags along a narrow draw on Holston Mtn but, there are at least 12 major falls that we call the Twelve Virgins. Discovered and shown to me by Larry Jarret, this is just one run of many unknown and unnamed falls he has mined on both sides of this mountain expanse.

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The Shinbone Falls (Unaka Mtn)


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Several pristine waterfalls found along Shinbone Creek. Originally discovered and shown to me by Larry Jarret.

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Appalachian Queen Falls (Walnut Mtn)


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The Appalachian Queen and her servants below her are a pristine set of very large falls located in the Walnut Mtn area. Discovered and shown to me by Larry Jarret.

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Laurel Fork


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Somewhere in the remote back country of the Laurel Fork region there is an unnamed hollow / creek that hides several large gems that are displayed in this album. Discovered and shown to me by Larry Jarret, this run will require non stop belly crawling through nearly a mile of the thickest laurels on the planet.

49 files, last one added on Dec 18, 2017
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Mystery Falls (Big Pine Mtn)


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Mystery Falls is an unnamed series of drops on Big Pine Mtn that flows into the Elk River. The top and highest drop is 90 feet. it was first noticed and brought to my attention by my good friend Dave Aldridge but, Larry Jarret was the first to document close up pictures of them.

59 files, last one added on Dec 18, 2017
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