Tennessee Landforms -- arches and natural bridges
35.562600 -83.974500
35° 33.756'N 83° 58.47'W
35° 33' 45.4"N 83° 58' 28.2"W
17S 230403E 3939508N
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Anchor Arch 4x3

Waypoint: BTA003 35.562600,-83.974500
County: Blount   landforms of Blount county
Locale: Great Smoky Mountains National Park
NABSQNO 17S-230403-3939508
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Small (man-made?) arch on edge of Panther Creek. Old cables indicate that it was used as an anchor point in years past. off-trail, remnants of old roadbed (logging & slate mining), see 1931 Park map Further upstream is Panther Creek falls

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