WATERFALL TRAIL

       

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Alabama is known as the Land of a Thousand Waterfalls, and North Alabama is blessed to be home to many of those. With this mobile pass, we hope you are able to find and explore these beautiful waterfalls, and as you post your pics on social media be sure to tag us at @visitnorthal and use our #visitnorthal hashtag because each month on Instagram we give away a prize to someone who has been using our hashtag. So explore, post, and win!        
       

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North Alabama Waterfall Trail

  • View information and locations of 13 breathtaking waterfalls in North Alabama
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  • Mobile exclusive
  • Tag your posts with our hashtag and be entered to win a prize

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Bethel Spring Falls
Bethel Spring Nature Preserve on Keel Mountain offers hikers two miles of free trails to explore as well as one of Madison County’s largest waterfalls. The waterfall is impressive enough above ground but continues its descent into a cave below, flows downhill underground, and exits through a...
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Coldwater Falls
Coldwater Falls is the centerpiece of beautiful Spring Park in Tuscumbia. The falls is a man-made waterfall that is constructed with over 2,000 tons of sandstone. It stretches 80 feet wide and is 42 feet tall. Each day over 4.3 million gallons of water flow over the falls.
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DeSoto Falls
DeSoto Falls is one of the most photographed points of interest in Alabama, DeSoto Falls is also one of the tallest (107 ft.) and most visited waterfall locations in the state. It also features numerous smaller falls. The waterfall has a concrete dam above the falls, which was built in 1925 for...
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Graces High Falls
Located within the 14,000 acres Little River Canyon National Preserve is Grace’s High Falls. Though only seasonal, this waterfall is one of Alabama’s highest waterfalls. At over 133 feet high, the waterfall features a view you can’t find anywhere else. When rainfall is high, a significant...
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High Falls
The centerpiece of High Falls Park is the 35-foot waterfall. Formed by Town Creek, the falls span some 300 feet across at times. Near the base of the impressive High Falls is a natural bridge. This 25-foot span of rock features a large arch, eroded by the flow of water over hundreds of years.
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Kinlock Falls
Kinlock Falls is a 0.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Haleyville, Alabama that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is accessible year-round.The falls are less than 100 feet...
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Lacefield Falls
Wild streams, box canyons, waterfalls, rock shelters and sandstone bluffs encompass the 700 acres where you’ll find Lacefield Falls
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Little River Falls
Located at the north end of America’s deepest and most extensive canyon systems east of the Mississippi, Little River Falls is surrounded by 14,000 acres of beauty.
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Mardis Mill Falls
Mardi Mills — aka Graves Creek Falls — is located on Grave’s Creek which feeds into The Black Warrior River.
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Noccalula Falls
Noccalula Falls Park is a 250-acre public park located in Gadsden. The main feature of the park is a 90-foot waterfall with a trail winding through Black Creek Gorge at its base past caves, an aboriginal fort, an abandoned dam, pioneer homestead, and Civil War carvings.
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Pisgah Gorge Falls
At a total of 600 feet spread out over 1.5 miles, Pisgah Gorge Falls includes two large waterfalls that are each close to 100 feet tall.
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Rainbow Falls
You’ll find Rainbow Falls in Dismals Canyon surrounded by pristine wilderness, romantic cabins, secluded campsites, hiking, swimming, canoeing, wildflowers, a country store, and more.
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Turkey Foot Falls
Turkey Foot Falls is within a 30-minute walk from the Sipsey River Picnic Grounds and Recreation Area, the main developed access area off of County Road 6 (Cranal Road). Turkey Foot Creek runs through a sandstone canyon then empties into the Sipsey Fork.
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Wilson Dam Waterfall
Wilson Dam waterfall is on a high rock wall adjacent to Wilson Dam on the south bank. Small feeder creeks run through the natural area and create this waterfall on an adjacent cliff wall.