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This is a soapstone boulder covered with Native American petroglyphs. According to Cherokee mythology, these markings were made by a giant named Tsul'kula when he leaped from his mountaintop home to the Caney Fork Creek.

Location: Caney Fork Rd, Cullowhee North Carolina Telephone 828-586-2155

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