Jack Rock Falls

Following my hike at Debord Falls & Emory Gap Falls, I returned to my vehicle and drove to the nearby Obed Wild And Scenic River National Park, located near Wartburg, Tennessee.

After a short hike, I arrived at the scenic Jack Rock Falls. Standing 25-feet tall, I’d seen this waterfall on two previous occasions, each of which during relatively drier times. Following recent rains, it seemed that a return visit would be appropriate.

After taking photographs and enjoying this peaceful setting for a spell, I wondered…

…this waterfall is at a much higher elevation than Clear Creek, below. Might there be additional points of interest downstream worthy of exploration?

It seemed like a good bet, and so it began. I traversed along a steep hillside, weaved in and around trees and plants, and, when possible, climbed atop boulders hoping to glance what lay ahead. I could see some indication of an area where the rocks ended – a drop – but wouldn’t know with certainty until I arrived.

Moving downhill and around a cluster of moss covered rocks, I would soon see that which I’d hoped to find – another waterfall. Awesome! While I’m sure that others have enjoyed this spot, it was challenging to access without a trail, and I was grateful to have found such a beautiful place to enjoy.

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Comments

10 responses to “Jack Rock Falls”

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thanks, Dave!

  1. louiseaprimeau Avatar

    So pretty. Reminds me of a bridal veil. Over here, everything is still frozen but rain is in the way tonight. Cheers from 🇨🇦

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thanks, Louise – Cheers!

  2. thegenxtravels Avatar

    Beautiful falls! Looks like a lovely place to visit!

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thanks, Lori 👍

  3. tiffanyarpdaleo Avatar

    I could never tire of the sound of a waterfall, so beautiful, thank you for sharing!

    1. Phil Avatar

      My pleasure, Tiffany 🙂

  4. Monica Singh Avatar

    Jack Rock waterfall looks exciting in the pictures and the walking trails leading to the waterfall are adventurous, Perfect for excursion activity in Tennessee.

    1. Phil Avatar

      Yes, it really is a beautiful area to enjoy ~ glad you like it, Monica 🙂

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