NW of Roanoke Virginia
“Standing here, upon this precipice, this finger of god pointing to the heavens… I struggle to resist my urge to take flight… to spread my arms wide, to inhale deeply the promise of flight, and soar across the valleys and grasping treetops below…”
Kira’s journal entry – April 13, 2013.
The McAfee Knob is the most photographed vista on the Appalachian trail with an elevation of 1,740 feet an almost 270 degree viewof the Catawba Valley and North Mountain to the West, Tinker Cliffs to the North and the Roanoke Valley to the East.
To learn more about this vista, click here.