Little Tennessee

Earth Science

NC Little Tennesse River Basin

Physical Features

Miles long: 1797

Counties located in basin: 6

Municipalities: 9

Population: 94,556

Facts

-Many Waterfalls can be spotted

-White water rafting

-Many endangered species have appear in this basin

-Fishing

-cleanest water supply

Frankiln Chamber

-Hike

-Bike

-Tour

-Enjoy a walk on the hills

-Waterfalls

-Ghost Tour

Great Smokey Mountains National Park

-Elk

-Clear water streams

-Enjoy waterfalls

-Take a walk

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