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Crabtree Falls

Crabtree Falls

Crabtree Falls is located in the George Washington National Forest and is known for being one of the tallest sets of waterfalls in the United States East of the Mississippi River. This waterfall features a set of five different cascading waterfalls with the tallest one being 400 feet (120m). The combined height of the waterfalls is around 1,200 feet (370m). As an avid waterfall chaser I had to add this one to my list. I woke up very early to hike this…

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Raymondskill Falls

Raymondskill Falls

Raymondskill Falls is the tallest waterfall in the entire state of Pennsylvania. Raymondskill has a series of three cascading waterfalls with a combined height of 150 feet (46m)! I had the pleasure of visiting this frozen waterfall during the winter time. This waterfall was just a short walk away from the main parking lot. Just a .30 mile hike will take you to a gorgeous three-tiered waterfall. There are platforms providing viewing areas to the falls. Pictured above and below is…

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Cascade Falls

Cascade Falls

Cascade Falls is located within the Jefferson National Forest with a stunning height of 66 feet (20.1m). There are two separate trails leading to the falls; the lower trail and the upper trail. Most people take the more scenic lower trail up to the falls while taking the upper less scenic trail back to the parking lot. At the start of the trail you will shortly arrive at a bridge. Crossing the bridge takes you towards the lower trail which…

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Dingmans Falls

Dingmans Falls

The second highest waterfall in the state of Pennsylvania with a vertical drop of 130 feet (39.6 m)! Dingmans Falls is located in the Delaware National Gap Recreation Area. With it being winter time, I was lucky to have this magical frozen waterfall all to myself! It was very cold out that morning. The hike was fairly short and only about 0.65 miles to the waterfall. I remember lighting up with excitement when I started to hear the roaring rush of the…

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Brush Creek Falls

Brush Creek Falls

Brush Creek Falls is located in the Brush Creek Nature Reserve in West Virginia and has a height of 25 feet. It was a fairly short walk on the trail to the falls. I came during winter time and was lucky to have this waterfall all to myself. This waterfall definitely looked like it could be a popular swimming hole during the summer time. DRIVING DIRECTIONS Brush Creek Falls is located just off of the main highway of US 77 and…

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Eternal Flame Falls

Eternal Flame Falls

Eternal Flame Falls is located in Western New York and is just a 50 minute drive from Niagara falls. Eternal Flame Falls features a height of 30 feet, but more impressing is the flame behind the waterfall! I visited this waterfall while driving back home from a weekend trip at Niagara Falls. I couldn’t believe that this waterfall actually had a fire just behind the waterfall and I just had to see it for myself to believe it! This waterfall has a…

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