Waterfall Wednesday: Looking Glass Falls, N.C.

Ellen Matis

Each week, Recreation News takes you to a new waterfall in the Mid-Atlantic. This week, see Looking Glass Falls in North Carolina.

North Carolina

via stevbach1 on Flickr
via stevbach1 on Flickr

Height: 60 feet

Location: Pigsah National Forest

According to Asheville, N.C., tourism, Looking Glass Falls is one of the most visited waterfalls in North Carolina.

It’s easy accessibility makes Looking Glass Falls a popular spot for travelers along U.S. 276, Forest Heritage Scenic Byway, near Brevard in the Pisgah National Forest. Enjoy nice views from the parking area along the road. Or take a short walk for a closer look. The waterfall is 60 feet tall.

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While you’re there:

There are more than 3,000 miles of hiking trails in and around Asheville, N.C. – home to Pisgah and Nantahala National Forests, 850 miles in Great Smoky Mountains National Park and many more along the Blue Ridge Parkway and in state parks and forests.

More information: romanticasheville.com


More from Waterfall Wednesday:

Crabtree Falls, Montebello, Va.

Cucumber Falls, Ohiopyle, Pa.

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