Sliding Rock, North Carolina. Slide down the chilly water in Pisgah National Forest. Info: http://www.romanticasheville.com/sliding_rock_north_carolina.htm

Sliding Rock, North Carolina. Slide down the chilly water in Pisgah National Forest. Info: http://www.romanticasheville.com/sliding_rock_north_carolina.htm

A North Carolina Bucket List 17 things to do in the Old North State before your kids are grown.

A North Carolina Bucket List 17 things to do in the Old North State before your kids are grown.

Turtleback Falls ~ 1.5m hike to Rainbow Falls at Gorges State Park with another 1/4m to Turtleback and swimming. Near Sapphire and Cashiers

Turtleback Falls ~ 1.5m hike to Rainbow Falls at Gorges State Park with another 1/4m to Turtleback and swimming. Near Sapphire and Cashiers

Secret Falls, Highlands NC. Swimming hole by waterfall that's easy enough for the whole family to hike to.

Secret Falls, Highlands NC. Swimming hole by waterfall that's easy enough for the whole family to hike to.

The South's Best Swimming Holes and Waterfalls: Sliding Rock in Psgah National Forest

Sliding Rock, North Carolina - The South's Best Swimming Holes and Waterfalls

Sliding Rock, North Carolina, natural waterslide near Asheville and Brevard in Pisgah National Forest

Sliding Rock, North Carolina, natural waterslide near Asheville and Brevard in Pisgah National Forest

15 North Carolina Swimming Holes To Take A Dip In This Summer – Only In Your State

These 15 Epic Swimming Holes In North Carolina Will Make Your Summer Amazing

Sliding-rock in Pisgah National Forest, North Carolina

Explore the Pacific Northwest's often-overlooked Alvord Desert

Sliding Rock - North Carolina : America's Secret Swimming Holes : TravelChannel.com

America's Secret Swimming Holes : TravelChannel.com

Sliding Rock in Brevard, North Carolina is a 60′ waterfall set on a very gentle slope. Swimmers slide down the rock into a cold 8′ deep pool.

Sliding Rock in Brevard, North Carolina is a 60′ waterfall set on a very gentle slope. Swimmers slide down the rock into a cold 8′ deep pool.

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