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Top 3 Waterfalls To Visit In North Carolina

Hello fellow adventurers and travelers how’s your day going so far? Hope is going well. I have a question for you’ll: Do you live in North Carolina? Do you like waterfalls? Do you want to visit a waterfall in North Carolina but you don’t know where to go? Well if the answer to these questions it is a “YES” then this article is for you: “Top 3 Waterfalls To Visit In North Carolina”. Do you know how many waterfalls North Carolina has? The North Carolina mountains are home to hundreds of waterfalls, including more than 250 in the Brevard area alone. So in this post we will be discovering some of them…

Dry Falls

Dry Falls, also known as Upper Cullasaja Falls, is a 65-foot waterfall located in the Nantahala National Forest, northwest of Highlands, North Carolina. How did dry falls get its name? Dry Falls flows over an overhanging bluff that allows visitors to walk up under the falls and remain relatively dry when the waterflow is low, hence its name. Visitors will get wet if the waterflow is high. The falls has been called Dry Falls for a long time, but has also gone by a few other names, including High Falls, Pitcher Falls, and Cullasaja Falls. Dry Falls is a quarter-mile kid-friendly trail that is truly one of a kind! It’s one of the few waterfalls in North Carolina that you can walk behind!

Whitewater Falls

Whitewater Falls is a series of waterfalls and cascades on the Whitewater River in North Carolina and South Carolina. Over the 3.5 mi course of the river between the two falls, the Whitewater River drops 1,500 ft, and crosses the state border. Both Falls can be hiked to via the Foothills Trail or spur trails. How long of a hike is Whitewater Falls? Whitewater Falls is a stunningly beautiful, multi-drop cascading waterfall near Cashiers, NC and the South Carolina state line. It’s a gorgeous waterfall, and well worth the half-mile (round trip) hike to view a 400+ foot cascade. Where to find the best view?  For an excellent view of Whitewater Falls, follow the paved walkway to the upper overlook. The walkway begins at the end of the parking lot and is accessible to wheelchairs. A lower overlook is located at the bottom of 154 wooden steps.

Looking Glass Falls

Looking Glass Falls is a waterfall in Western North Carolina, located near Brevard. Is Looking Glass Falls an easy hike? It is generally considered an easy route and takes around 7 minutes to complete. As this is a popular destination, one can expect to see other people on the trail and by the falls. How much does it cost to go to Looking Glass Falls? There is no admission fee and it’s always open. Why is Looking Glass Falls famous? Looking Glass Creek, which flows past the rock, is also named for the impressive natural structure. Its easy accessibility makes Looking Glass Falls a popular spot for travelers along U.S. 276 near Brevard.

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