Whiteside Mountain - Highlands, North Carolina
Short day trip to Whiteside Mountain just out of Highlands North Carolina. WebSite:
A view from Whiteside Mountain on the Eastern Continental Divide, Jackson County, NC
NC Now | Shadow of the Bear | UNC-TV
It's bear season in North Carolina, and David Huppert is on a quest for the elusive Whiteside Bear.
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Produced and edited by David Huppert for UNC-TV
Videographer: Alan Brown
Photo courtesy of Jerry Jaynes
Jackson County, NC Waterfalls
Come to Jackson County and cool off in our cool mountain water and waterfalls! For more, visit
Cashiers, North Carolina has its own Sliding Rock, just like Brevard!
Cashiers, North Carolina has its own Sliding Rock, just like Brevard. Cashiers Sliding Rock is a natural waterslide, created by the Chattooga River gliding over a 10-foot high rock face with a few large potholes. Cashiers Sliding Rock is a great place to bring the kids to play in the pool at the bottom of the sliding rock or take the exciting slide into the pool. Dad can bring his fishing pole and fish for some wild brown trout further downstream. This is forest service property, and no lifeguards are provided. If you pay attention and evaluate the area upon arrival, it should be a very safe experience. Directions: From the intersection of U.S.64 and 107 in Cashiers, North Carolina (the Crossroads), travel south on 107 for 1.7 miles to Whiteside Cove Road and turn right. Travel 2.7 miles where you will cross a small bridge and see a small parking area just past this bridge and to the right. There are a couple of trails that lead from two parking areas. You'll hear the rushing water once you get out of your car.
Fishing in Cashiers, North Carolina
No matter what kind of fishing you prefer, fly fishing and spin fishing in Cashiers, North Carolina is plentiful. Find great fishing spots in the Pisgah National Forest, Tuckasegee River, and Nantahala National Forest.
The Historic High Hampton Inn in Cashiers, North Carorlina
High Hampton Inn in Cashiers, NC used to be a hunting lodge. It is now desired destination for weddings and golf and so much more! Hosting guests for 92 years, the Inn is a family-owned resort sitting on 1,440 acres. Amenities include a spa, golf course, tennis courts, hiking trails, it's own private stunning spring-fed lake with great fishing, llama hikes. New this year is hunting with the falcons. At High Hampton Inn, your room rate includes all your meals on the American Plan. More info: More information: or
Visit the North Carolina Mountain Towns of Cashiers, Cherokee, Dillsboro, and Sylva
Mountain lovers love Jackson County, North Carolina. Surround yourself in the natural beauty of the Balsam Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains. Challenge yourself on the most scenic golf courses that North Carolina has to offer. Enjoy the thrill of whitewater rafting and kayaking. Escape for a vacation or just for the weekend. Shopping, museums, historic downtowns, and scenic drives are just a few of your vacation options. A year round calendar of festivals and special events are available for the whole family. Stroll leisurely through our charming villages. Explore mountain arts and craft galleries. Spend a day learning about the Cherokee Indian experience.
Camping: Panthertown, NC
a three day camping trip along old logging trails in the Panthertown Valley Back country of North Carolina. Panthertown Valley is part of the Nantahala National Forest, located in Jackson County between Lake Toxaway and Cashiers and lies on the eastern continental divide in North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains.
Dining in Cashiers, North Carolina
Cornucopia Restaurant in Cashiers, North Carolina. How about a hamburger with pimento cheese, bacon, and fried pickles. Big portions, fresh selections cooked to order. A family owned business since 1979. Adult beverages available. Cornucopia Cheese Shop and Slabtown Pizza (where the secret all starts with the dough) are also part of Cornucopia Restaurant. More information:
Trillium Cashiers North Carolina
Trillium is an established golf and lake community since 1996 located on Lake Glenville, the highest elevation lake east of the Mississippi encompassing 1450 acres. Trillium enjoys 26 miles of secluded shoreline offering members boating, fishing, skiing, tubing and the beauty of cascading waterfalls on the lake. Avid fisherman will find small and largemouth bass, walleye, trout and bream on Lake Glenville.
For the golfer, the 18 hole golf course designed by PGA Champion Player Morris Hatalsky is an award winning private golf course offering views of the mountainscape and Lake Glenville. Trillium also appeals to the avid tennis player and the physically fit. Both golf and tennis pro's are available for private or group instruction. At Trillium, Apple Orchard Park wellness center features three indoor clay tennis courts, a state of the art fitness center and full day spa. The Arbor Lawn is a fun setting...
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Heavy Rain In Mountain Home, NC
Friday June 7th 2013 -- Heavy Rain In Mountain Home, North Carolina From Tropical Storm Andrea.
Nantahala National Forest
A Beautiful Area on the North Carolina, Tennessee Border
Dry Falls - Whiteside Mountain - Sunset Rock Trail - 7-29-14
Our hike near Highlands, NC to Dry Falls, Whiteside Mountain - Highlands Botanical Center and Sunset Rock Trail.
High Falls Dam Release | Aug 24th, 2019
The Duke Energy release of water from Lake Glenville, NC on August 24th, 2019. This was my first time seeing the water release on the West Fork Tuckasegee River near Cashiers in Jackson County, which is done a number of times each year to comply with their licensing requirements.
While Duke Energy neither discourages individuals to observe the release or encourages the release for recreational purposes, there is no question as to why this 150 foot waterfall and five and a half mile stretch of the west fork of the Tuckasegee River are a hot bed of action during the releases.
Ranger Falls, Cliffside Lake Recreation Area, Nantahala National Forest, Highlands, NC
Ranger Falls, Cliffside Lake Recreation Area, Nantahala National Forest, Highlands, NC. Shot 1/17/14
We thought the trail map and markers were inadequate, so here are directions. The gate at Cliffside Lake Recreation Area was closed, so we parked outside and walked down the road to the picnic area. Don't take any of the roads to the right. The road ends in a short loop. Take the first road on the left, walk past the parking spots and go to the second trailhead on the left. The sign says Ranger Falls 0.5 miles. Don't believe it! It's at least a mile each way from here. Walk up the hill about 0.4 miles and turn left at the first intersection. There's a sign there that says to the Falls. Hike down the hill, cross the creek, and continue up the hill on the other side. At the intersection turn right. At the next intersection continue straight and arrive at the falls within a few hundred feet. Total distance, including the walk down the road, was about 3 miles with 400 ft elevation gain.
Dry Falls 65-foot waterfall walk up under | Jarek in Nantahala National Forest North Carolina USA
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Dry Falls, also known as Upper Cullasaja Falls, is a 65-foot (20.1 m) waterfall located in the Nantahala National Forest, northwest of Highlands, North Carolina USA.
nantahala state park - whiteside mountain
Teen dies after fight outside middle school
A 13-year old girl from Attucks Middle School ended up on life support at Texas Children's Hospital two days after a fight off campus.
Kashala Francis' mother, Mamie Jackson, says her daughter told her she was attacked by two girls after school on Thursday, and that another girl later jumped in and kicked her in the head.
Jackson says when her daughter returned home Thursday afternoon, she had a bruise on her face, but insisted she was okay.
Civil Rights in Asheville, N.C. - Al Whitesides talks about boycotting grocery stores to get work
Al Whitesides talks about students boycotting Asheville grocery stores to get jobs as bag boys.