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Go Behind the Falling Water at Moore Cove Falls

avatar   Stacy

Posted On 06/24/2021 09:10:53

North Carolina | Asheville | Pisgah National Forest | Moore Cove Falls | Hiking | Waterfall | Unique Waterfalls



Go Behind the Falling Water at Moore Cove Falls


    

The 50-foot tall Moore Cove Falls can be found inside Pisgah National Forest. Although there are no signs indicating the waterfall hike, you're likely to notice plenty of cars in the parking areas on both sides of the road. The relatively easy 1 1/2 mile round-trip hike ends at a wooden viewing platform. The most unique part of Moore Cove is that you can actually maneuver your way on the rocks below the deck and under the overhang ... behind the falling water!

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Have you ever hiked behind a waterfall?

One of our favorite hikes in North Carolina's Pisgah National Forest was pretty easy, but quite unique. After crossing wooden bridges, steps and boardwalks (some with a slight incline) while swatting away some pesky gnats, we came to a nice sized observation deck. Seeing the water fall over the rock ledge was awesome, but I still decided to try my luck at crawling down on to the rocks below the platform. Once I got down (without falling), I was able to walk under the ledge which meant that I was walking behind the waterfall!

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