Alabama Nature, Waterfalls June 14, 2021
Hike Less Than One Mile To This Spectacular Waterfall In Alabama
Alabama is home to many beautiful waterfalls. While some are difficult to reach, others are quite easy and only require a short hike. One of these waterfalls is Holmes Chapel Falls, which you can learn all about below.
Holmes Chapel Falls is tucked away in North Alabama's William B. Bankhead National Forest near Houston.
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To reach this waterfall, you'll simply hike a 0.4-mile, out-and-back trail, which begins at a parking lot just off Mt. Olive Road and will lead you to the top of the waterfall.
After reaching the top of Holmes Chapel Falls, you'll then follow the path off to the left. From there you'll hike down a steep incline to the bottom of the waterfall. Don't forget to wear appropriate shoes.
Holmes Chapel Falls, which only has a single drop, offers a moderate level of difficulty. Because of this, it's not recommended for everyone.
After reaching the bottom of the waterfall, you can also walk behind it. If you do this, remember to use caution because the rocks can become quite slippery.
The next time you're in the mood for a short, yet rewarding, hike, consider hiking the trail that leads to Holmes Chapel Falls. You'll love everything about it, especially the waterfall.
Waterfall Coordinates: 34.275, -87.2572
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Another Alabama waterfall that can be reached via a short hike is Kinlock Falls. For information about this waterfall, be sure to take a look at the following article:
The Hike To This Little-Known Alabama Waterfall Is Short And Sweet. Address: Holmes Chapel Falls, Houston, AL 35572, USA