The Tallest Waterfall In Kentucky Will Soon Be Surrounded By Beautiful Fall Colors

Many would argue that fall is the best time of year to go hiking in Kentucky. The temperatures are usually a little cooler, there are typically fewer bugs, and you can’t beat the scenery of our state’s natural features surrounded by fall colors. There are dozens of scenic trails that are worth a visit during this vibrant time of year and soon the one that features the tallest waterfall in the state will be surrounded by beautiful fall colors in Kentucky. Yahoo Falls is said to be the tallest waterfall in the Bluegrass and a hike to this spot is pure magic in the fall.

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Whether you plan a visit to this trail or another scenic spot in the Bluegrass, the most important thing is that you get outside and enjoy the beautiful fall colors in Kentucky. Have you hiked to the tallest waterfall in Kentucky? Was it flowing during your visit? Let us know in the comments and be sure to share your favorite place to see fall colors in Kentucky!

For more information on the Yahoo Falls trail, including directions and more photos, visit its Alltrails website.

And for more of the best scenic fall foliage trails in Kentucky, check out these 7 magical hiking spots.

Address: Yahoo Falls, Kentucky 42653, USA