— Welcome to this weeks AudioTrek episode… Sliding Rock Falls, Asheville, North Carolina
In the Asheville area there is an abundance of waterfalls and waterways. So, I began early one morning and made my way to Sliding Rock. Typically, during warm days you’ll find hundreds of people sliding down this rock face into an 8 foot pool below. The drop is about 80 feet. I can just hear the younger kids screaming all the way down.
As I arrived early with the temp about 60 degrees, I had the place to myself. It’s fascinating watching the water almost snake side to side as it runs down the face of the rock. The question is… is it just a rock? nature’s water-slide? or a waterfall? Definitely something different with the visual and the sounds creating an almost hypnotic experience.
I hope you enjoy this experience and maybe find access to some faraway place…
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