Bridal Veil Falls near Highlands has been famous for generations as the only waterfall in North Carolina you can drive behind. However, the section of road behind the falls is now blocked off from automobiles for safety. This allows you to walk behind and enjoy it more. The 60-ft. waterfall in Nantahala National Forest doesn’t have a large volume of water (unless it’s right after a big rain), making it safe and fun to stand behind.
Dry Falls, also known as Upper Cullasaja Falls, is a 65-foot (20.1 m) waterfall located in the Nantahala National Forest, northwest of Highlands, North Carolina
Dry Falls, a popular waterfall located a few miles outside of Highlands, North Carolina gives you the rare treat of walking safely behind a waterfall. This 75-ft. tall waterfall in the Nantahala National Forest flows over a cliff, allowing you to walk behind the falls and stay dry (hence the name).
North Carolina is home to numerous waterfalls. Will be posting images of Dry Falls from a visit last year. Here is a photo of a “micro” fall right behind our cabin that we stayed at.
Just a trickle of water compared to the huge waterfall at Reedy River at Falls Park, Greenville, South Carolina
Today the Reedy River is primarily recognized for its beautiful and scenic shoal and waterfall at Falls Park in Greenville, South Carolina. However, the Reedy River is much more than just a scenic downtown attraction. It is an important riparian system that stretches from the mountains all the way to Lake Greenwood.
Falls Park on the Reedy is a 32-acre park adjacent to downtown Greenville, South Carolina in the historic West End district. Considered the birthplace of Greenville, the park was founded in 1967 when the Carolina Foothills Garden Club reclaimed 26 acres of land that had been previously used by textile mills. It is a blend of nature and modern buildings with a suspension bridge to walk over the waterfalls.
A tiny waterfall on a small stream of water surrounded by moss covered rocks makes an interesting composition
Dry yellow leaves indicate Fall at the Looking Glass Waterfall in North Carolina
Changing color of leaves adds a touch of Fall to the Looking Glass Waterfall in North Carolina
This water feature for Sarah P. Duke Gardens in Durham, North Carolina is a naturalistic creek-style water feature consisting of a series of cascades/waterfalls and creek system.
Sliding Rock is a waterfall in North Carolina, located near Brevard, so named because visitors can slide all the way down the waterfall into the plunge pool below.
A few youngsters loiter on top of Elk River Falls. This 50-ft. North Carolina mountain waterfall cascades over a rock cliff and into a picturesque oval pool.
We begin a series on a few waterfalls of North California. Silvervale Falls are high series of narrow cascades with 70+ feet of delicate flow right by the side of a small road, off Highway 321 near Blowing Rock, North Carolina
A hills with wild flowers, a waterfall and lilies surround this golf green at Tierra Rejada Golf Club in California
We end this series of images from Charlotte, North Carolina with a striking photo spot at night at the waterfall in Bearden Park
A closeup of the waterfall in Charlotte reveals a mosaic of colors in the water
It is not only blue hour in Charlotte, but also a multi-color hour due to the colorful lighting on the waterfall
The lights in the tall buildings and waterfall light up Charlotte
The waterfall at Bearden Park lights up at dusk to provide a contrast to the Charlotte skyline