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At 5,506 feet, Beech Mountain is the highest town east of the Rockies. The group of hiking trails near the peak of the mountain are named the "Emerald Outback." They are named in honor of the former Land of Oz theme park that flourished nearby before a series of disasters forced the park to shut down in 1980. The Emerald Outback is known for large stands of beech trees and wildlife around every corner. Within five minutes on the trails, you'll see evidence of deer, bear and coyote and you're likely to run into at least one of them if you spend a few hours on the mountain. Join me on an adventure to the top!
This film was created a DJI Mavic Pro drone, a DJI Phantom 3 Professional drone, a Sony a6300 and a GoPro Hero 4+ Black. Learn more about my gear at Kit.com/Spangard.