A Waterfall Lover’s Dream, The Flat Creek Hike In North Carolina Passes Cascade After Cascade

If chasing waterfalls is a passion you’re serious about, then a hike deep into the Nantahala National Forest to view Flat Creek Falls near Tuckasegee is in order. Rated as moderate by AllTrails, this hike clocks in at 5.8 miles round trip. Most people should be able to finish it in 4-5 hours. But you just may want to put a buffer in there so you can linger a while at the base of this 200 foot spectacle in the middle of the forest. It’s positively stunning.

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Had you heard of this waterfall in North Carolina before? Learn all about the hike to Flat Creek Falls and download a trail map from our friends at AllTrails.com.

What’s your favorite waterfall in North Carolina? For more waterfall fun in western North Carolina: Take A 98-Mile Drive On The Waterfall Scenic Byway In North Carolina And Pass Scores Of Waterfalls!