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6266
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Cold Mountain was made famous by Charles Frazier's Civil War novel of the same name. It is located in Haywood County and is part of the Shining Rock Wilderness Area in Pisgah National Forest. Cold Mountain's elevation is 6,030 feet; reaching its summit requires a strenuous 10-mile hike. For non-climbers, the Milepost 411 overlook on the Blue Ridge Parkway provides a good view.
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7058
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Cold Mountain was made famous by Charles Frazier's Civil War novel of the same name. It is located in Haywood County. The mountain's elevation is 6,030 feet; reaching its summit requires a strenuous 10-mile hike. For non-climbers, the Milepost 411 overlook on the Blue Ridge Parkway provides a good view.
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North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 63 Issue 1, Jan 2005, p56, il
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29103
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This article is meant as a follow-up to the “Judaculla Rock” article by Hiram C. Wilburn in Southern Indian Studies, Volume 4, pages 19-21. The article addresses the geographical locations of Judaculla Rock and other natural features and tries to explain the meanings of these natural features and objects. These natural features and objects are related to the Cherokee mythical creature or character Judaculla. The mythology of the Judaculla is also explained.