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Canyoneering is a popular activity in the western United States, but in the past decade, Joe Moerschbaecher, has developed a Brevard-based adventure guiding company that specializes in the sport. Pura Vida Adventures offers a unique experience for the adventurous tourist in the heart of North Carolina waterfall and gorge country.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 82 Issue 8, January 2015, p142-146, il, por, map Periodical Website
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23757
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Skiers in the Western North Carolina mountains brave dangerous terrain to capitalize on rare snowfalls.
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28498
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Adam Charnack and Chris Frosaker, founders of Hi-Wire Brewing in Asheville, North Carolina, believe that brewing is a blend of art and science. Hi-Wire Brewing juggles old methods and new flavors to make show-stopping beers that are both classic and creative.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 84 Issue 11, April 2017, p50-51, il, por Periodical Website
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23641
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The caves at Rumbling Bald Mountain were created in the 1800s after an earthquake shook giant slabs of granite loose. These are one example of Western North Carolina granite caves that locals and visitors frequent.
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23653
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After the cultural shift towards an environmentally friendly way of life, locals in Asheville discuss how they work towards keeping the planet green.
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WNC Magazine (NoCar F261 .W64), Vol. 2 Issue 6, August 2008, p80-87, il, por Periodical Website
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23650
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Lake Fontana in Graham and Swain counties in North Carolina provides travelers and locals alike with the perfect atmosphere for kayaking and fishing.
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23655
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The author discusses the charms of car camping in Western North Carolina and present various tourist spots perfect for an outdoor adventure.
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23726
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Resourceful and dedicated bikers take to the mountain bike trails at Tsali at night. Biowheels of Asheville sponsors weekly night rides at Bent Creek Experimental Forest throughout winter.
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23739
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Trail-running can be intense, but a 24-hour 100-mile trail run is even more intense. Novices were given a chance to try ultrarunnning to support Run for Africa, which seeks to raise funds to support clean water projects in some of the poorest areas of Africa.
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23759
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Daniel and Marylou Sanders understand the global benefits of using organic cotton for shirts and own Spiritex, a volume supplier of organic cotton T-shirts for businesses and organizations.
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23791
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The author discusses his experience as a new rock climber in Western North Carolina and surveys popular climbing destinations for tourists.
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23832
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Stand-up paddleboarding is becoming wildly popular on lakes and rivers in Western North Carolina. The author discusses the growing popularity of the sport his first time paddleboarding.
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22347
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Eleven conservationists have worked very hard to help preserve the wild and scenic places of Western North Carolina. They are Mike Leonard; Karen Cragnolin; Brian Payst; Paul Carlson; Sandy and Missy Schenck; Susie Hamrick Jones; John Humphrey; Tim Sweeney; and Jay Leutze.
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