Phil Perkins Photography

Stairs and Stones

Hiking to the far side of Black Mountain, situated in Crab Orchard, TN, at an elevation of 2827-feet above sea level, one encounters a long stairway between boulders. It narrows to shoulder-width, so, if you’re claustrophobic, take note. The steps are uneven in depth and height, and may also be slippery, as the area is shielded from direct sunlight to evaporate moisture.

Once at the bottom, hikers find themselves in a maze of giant boulders ranging in size between 10 to 30-feet tall. Have fun, but don’t get lost!

Comments

17 responses to “Stairs and Stones”

  1. Kristallina Avatar

    I’m not claustrophobic and still find it a bit scary. Anyway a fascinating place and great photos!
    Wish you a happy new week, Phil 🤗

    1. Phil Avatar

      Yes, it is a bit scary. Thanks for stopping by, dear Kristallina, and I wish you a happy week, too 🤗

  2. Lampelina Avatar

    This place looks really cool. It reminds me of my country 🙂 I’m fascinated by the nature and how it shapes the Earth’s surface through the years.

    1. Phil Avatar

      Yes, it really is a cool place to hike and enjoy nature ~ I think you would like it, too. Thanks for your nice comment, lovely Maja, and I wish you a great week ahead! 🤗🌹

      1. Lampelina Avatar

        Thanks, you too! 🤗

        1. Phil Avatar

          TY 🙏🏻😊

  3. elvira797mx Avatar

    Wow! Amazing place and photos! Thank you Phil.
    Nice week!
    Elvira

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thanks very much, Elvira ~ you too 🙂

      1. elvira797mx Avatar

        You are welcome, Phil. 🙂 You as well.

  4. Inge David Avatar

    Beautiful capture! great serie, dear Phil! 👍👌🌹

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thank you so much, dear Inge ~ I have missed you and hope you are doing well! 👌🌹🤗

      1. Inge David Avatar

        Ik schrijf je straks …. 😘📧

        1. Phil Avatar

          OK, my dear ~ sounds good 😘

  5. cindyschnackel Avatar

    Such beautiful landscapes, the trails are so inviting, and so lush.

    1. Phil Avatar

      Yes, it is an interesting and scenic spot to enjoy nature. I’m glad you like it, Cindy 🙂 Thanks!

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thank you Myrelar & have a great day! 🤗🌹

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