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Visiting Ozone Falls

On the eastern edge of the Crab Orchard Mountains on the Cumberland Plateau, Ozone Falls is the third tallest waterfall in Tennessee, standing 110-feet tall.

Similar to other waterfalls dependent on small creeks, the volume of water flowing is closely correlated with rainfall and the time of year. On my recent visit, the water was low, but the scenery is always a treat! From the small parking area, it’s an easy hike on a flat surface to see the top of the falls, though the trek to the basin is more challenging, rocky – use caution.

Prints Available

If you’d be interested in a print of any kind, visit my gallery at Pixels. There you’ll discover the following photographs, as well as other shots from previous visits to Ozone Falls.

Great in the home, office, business lobby or cafeteria setting, several print types are available to suit your interests. Thanks for stopping by!



6 responses to “Visiting Ozone Falls”

  1. Bon Repos Gites Avatar
    1. Phil Avatar

      Thanks – glad you like it!

  2. almeidadepaulo Avatar

    Great captures Phil!!!

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thanks, Paulo – glad you like it!

  3. Amit Kumar Avatar

    I listened water (sound).
    Thank you for this ( pics & video).

    1. Phil Avatar

      Glad you enjoyed it!

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