Good news – author Johnny Molloy has a four-minute video to promote this book that simply takes you with him on his hike to Hunt Fish Falls via Gragg Prong. I love it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eC3mmOusCOM
It is in Pisgah National Forest in Caldwell County, North Carolina. Johnny Molloy is basically the father of Appalachian outdoor guidebooks, having written about 75 of them over the last thirty years while based out of Johnson City, Tennessee. The Blue Ridge focus of this waterfall book means it includes the states of Virginia and North Carolina and takes you to more than 140 waterfalls ranging from 10 to 500 feet high that are located in three national parks, three wilderness areas, four national forests, eight state parks and beyond. The waterfalls are arranged by geographical proximity and the descriptions include the kind of helpful detail that has made Molloy the standard in the guide book field. This fifth edition of this book includes 20 more waterfalls than were included in previous editions. These waterfalls can be found either right on a road or on hikes of up to ten miles round trip.
Birmingham, Alabama: Menasha Ridge Press, the 2021 5th edition of a 1994 release. 228 pages with Index, maps, and color photographs. Trade paperback.