The Ultimate Bucket List For Anyone In North Carolina Who Loves Waterfall Hikes

North Carolina is filled with exciting attractions, from theme parks to seashores that are home to wild horses. But oftentimes the best adventures are found in the woods, sometimes deep in the woods. Let’s take a look at the ultimate bucket list for waterfall chasing in the Tar Heel State, which are, by the way, among the best hikes in North Carolina!

No matter the season, chasing waterfalls is a great family activity. Have you been to any of these great spots? If so, we’d love to see your photos and hear about your experiences.

For more outdoor adventures in North Carolina, here’s the top outdoor attraction in the state – and you’ll want to do it!

 

Address: Catawba Falls Parkway, Catawba Falls Pkwy, North Carolina 28711, USA
Address: Triple Falls, Triple Falls Trail, Pisgah Forest, NC 28768, USA
Address: Meadows Lane Crabtree Falls Parking Area/Crabtree Falls Trail/Crabtree Falls Meadows/.5 Appalachian Trail Access, Parking lot, Tyro, VA 22976, USA
Address: Linville Falls Highway, Linville Falls Hwy, North Carolina, USA
Address: High Shoals Falls, South Mountains State Park, 3001 S Mountain Park, Connelly Springs, NC 28612, USA
Address: Moore Cove Falls Trail, US-276, Brevard, NC 28712, USA
Address: Triple Falls Trail, North Carolina, USA
Address: Skinny Dip Falls Trailhead, Blue Ridge Pkwy, Canton, NC 28716, USA
Address: Elk River Falls, Elk River Rd, Elk Park, NC 28622, USA
Address: Looking Glass Falls, US-276, Brevard, NC 28712, USA
Address: Rainbow Falls and Turtleback Trailhead, Lake Toxaway, NC 28747, USA

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