Friday, May 14, 2010

Top Summits in the Appalachians

Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine recently published their list of the Top Summits in the Appalachian Mountains, "the pinnacles of outdoor adventure".

The list was put together with a bit of a swist. It's not just about hiking to the summit of each of these mountains. The magazine put together a list of mountains that offer several ways to enjoy them; such as biking, backpacking, racing, climbing, camping, paddling and even swimming on them.

Here's their list:

1) Shenandoah Mountain, Virginia
2) Spruce Mountain, West Virginia
3) Blood Mountain, Georgia
4) Mount Mitchell, North Carolina
5) Walden Ridge, Tennessee
6) Crowders Mountain, N.C.
7) South Mountain, Maryland
8) Table Rock Mountain, S.C.
9) Kennesaw Mountain, Georgia

You can read the full article by clicking here.

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