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This is my post for Watery Wednesday. To see more of our beautiful watery world, or to join and post your own pictures to share, click HERE.
Betsy and I have been to Bald River Falls, near Tellico Plains, Tennessee, several times. The waterfall is pretty and can be seen from the road. We went to see Bald River Falls in June, 2010, while Betsy was recovering from knee surgery since she could enjoy the waterfall without doing much walking.
We had known that there was a hiking trail (Bald River Trail #88) along the river above the falls, but we had never hiked it. So while Betsy was enjoying Bald River Falls, I took a quick hike along the trail to see what I could find.
What I found was three additional waterfalls and a cascade along Bald River above the main falls. The first new water fall I came upon was Kahuna Falls, which is just a short distance above Bald River Falls. Kahuna Falls is 10 – 15 feet high.
Continuing upstream, I came upon Bald River Cascades. The river tumbles down a series of steps, with a total drop about equal to the drop of Kahuna Falls.
I’ll share the last two waterfalls in a later post.