Additionally, it looks like the transition from deciduous trees to evergreens is roughly at the same height as the exposed areas. I would imagine that this area should show the same vertical progression as areas I have been like NH, where the evergreen zone is a couple of thousand feet tall between the alpine tundra and the northern hardwoods. As a result, I do not believe that the Grayson Highlands are tall enough to have a treeline.
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