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Old 08-28-2018, 12:59 PM   #1
jmitch
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Hector Falls-Allegheny National Forest

https://endlessmountains.wordpress.c...tional-forest/

A unique 22 foot falls that plummets over the 90 degree angle of a square cliff when there is enough water, creating a visual spectacle. The water wasn't quite high enough on my hike, but it was still beautiful. Below the falls is a grotto of giant boulders, moss, and roots clinging to the rock. Above is a hemlock forest. The ANF plans to have an official trailhead and trail to the falls in the near future.







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