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  • Bald River Falls near Tellico Plains, Tennessee, USA in Late summer.
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  • North Carolina Border on Cherohala Skyway in late October at the peak of the Autumn leaf color season. This is the beginning of the Nantahala Forest. This National Scenic Byway runs between Tellico Plains, Tennessee and Robbins, North Carolina, USA.
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  • A View from Cherohala Skyway in late October at the peak of the Autumn leaf color season. This National Scenic Byway runs between Tellico Plains, Tennessee and Robbins, North Carolina, USA.
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  • Cherohala Skyway in late October at the peak of the Autumn leaf color season. This National Scenic Byway runs between Tellico Plains, Tennessee and Robbins, North Carolina, USA.
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  • Bald River Falls near Tellico Plains, Tennessee, USA in Late summer. Photo by Darrell Young.
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  • A view from Cherohala Skyway in late October at the peak of the Autumn leaf color season. This National Scenic Byway runs between Tellico Plains, Tennessee and Robbins, North Carolina, USA.
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  • The Dragon - Deal's Gap Motor Cycle Resort. A common stop over for motorcyclists enjoying the Dragon's Tail drive in North Carolina, USA. Photo by Darrell Young.
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  • Bald River Falls near Tellico Plain, Tennessee USA in the autumn of the year. This is the second biggest waterfall in Tennessee at about 100 feet tall.
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  • Bald River Falls near Tellico Plain, Tennessee USA in the autumn of the year. This is the second biggest waterfall in Tennessee at about 100 feet tall.
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  • Bald River Falls near Tellico Plain, Tennessee USA in the autumn of the year. This is the second biggest waterfall in Tennessee at about 100 feet tall.
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  • Cheoah Dam is a hydroelectric complex found in Graham and Swain counties, North Carolina on the Little Tennessee River between river miles 51 and 52. The Cheoah Development consists of a dam and powerhouse, the first of several constructed by the Tallassee Power Company, now Tapoco. The Cheoah project began in 1916 as a construction camp at the Narrows where the Little Tennessee River flowed through a narrow gorge, and was completed in 1919. Cheoah Dam helps form the long, narrow Cheoah Reservoir, which covers the approximately 644 acres (261 ha) of the normal full pool area and a drainage area of 1,608 square miles (4,160 km2). The elevation of Cheoah Reservoir is 1,276.8 feet (389.2 m) (USGS). A scenic highway runs the length of the reservoir.
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