Either Piedmont or Tidewater
"Western North Carolina
The beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains cover most of Western North Carolina, including Asheville. While they extend from Georgia to Pennsylvania, the highest peaks are found here." - Source Google Search
black water and lovely flowing water
Blue Ridge Mountain is noticeably lower in elevation than other sections of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia. The southern section of the mountain contains the highest peaks and the ridge gradually loses elevation as it gets closer to the Potomac. Elevations in the gaps are typically around 1,000 feet (300 m) while peaks range from 1,200 feet (370 m) to 2,100 feet (640 m). Across the Potomac the ridge continues as Elk Ridge in Maryland.
The Blue Ridge Parkway is located in Virginia and North Carolina. The roadway links Shenandoah National Park and Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The highway is 469 miles and runs mostly through the Blue Ridge section of the Appalachian Mountains.
No. The Appalachian Mountains run down the eastern sea-board of the US, while the Rockey Mountains run down the country a little west of center (also called the Continental Divide).
I don't think so...... but I might be wrong.
The highest of the group is Mt. Mitchell in North Carolina(6,684 ft or 2,037m), which is the highest point in the United States east of the Mississippi River.
Because its ridge and its blue, I think....
The first explorers in Australia to cross the Blue Mountains of New South Wales were Gregory Blaxland, William Lawson and William Wentworth. They achieved this in May 1813, twenty-five years after European settlement in Australia began.
Usually in high places the weather is very cold, or just colder than usual.
I think this list is pretty good: Charleston, WV; Chattanooga, TN; Roanoke, VA; Knoxville, TN; Asheville, NC
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The Blue Ridge Mountains are part of the Appalachian Mountains.
Over 400 million years ago, when the American plate collided with the European plate and pushed them up. You can tell they're very old mountains because they're so round and worn, unlike the jagged Rocky Mountains in the West.
the chocolate mountains locatied in candy land no i am just kiding it is located in the applation mountains
what is the economic activity of the blue ridge valley region
The sky's color and radiance get in the way
The Blue Ridge Mountains are part of the larger Appalachian Mountains range.