Great job in adding this very nice mountain and state highpoint. I liked your photos and they deserve better votes on a few than what others gave you. Great job though and keep up the good work! Have a good one!
Thanks. They pretty much got 4 star votes, for once. My Bearfence and Hazeltop photos got a few bad votes, and they aren't that bad.
Good page. I'm surprised no one did one for this mountain earlier, and it's nice to see a page for the highest peak in my home state.
Georgia......Georgia..........the whole day through
Just an old sweet song.....keeps Georgia on my mind
Pretty cool page for the highest point near mts, Oglethorpe and Springer
This page needed to be put up. I had been reluctant because I had no photos (since I climbed it at night with a friend in January of 2002). But, when I found some good photos on the web, I decided to put up this important Appalachian summit. Thanks for the vote!
Thanks for the vote!
Thanks Jen. Have you climbed this yet?
Nope...not yet...I'm supposed to visit some eastern SPers at the end of March/early April...maybe we'll head down then...
Thanks a lot!
Great job! In January of 1994, after a nice weekend backpacking trip on the Hemlock Falls Trail ( 30 miles East of Brasstown Bald ), we decided to drive up and see if the roads were open. They were, and the resulting photographs were impressive. I have posted a few of them, in the hopes of giving everyone a winter perspective. The high temperature on that Sunday afternoon was in the teens and Brrrrrr.... was it Cold!
Thanks for the Vote!
Thanks - that means a lot coming from someone who normally climbs in the Himilayas!
Thanks for all the votes!!!
These four star votes are getting pretty old. Nice page again!!
Can you see Atlanta from Brasstown Bald?
Nope, Atlanta is very far away. You can see lots of mountains in the distance. That's about it.
Are you sure? I havn't been there but I did measure the distance to the Bank of America building at 1023 feet high and 82.6 miles from the bald. The Northeast edge of town is about 70 miles distant. I would think it would take a cold winter's day to check
You can't see distances that far in the East. You just can't. Only in the West can you see that far, on a good day. It is just the way that visibility works in the East. If you want to see Atlanta from above, you should visit Stone Mountain.