Emory Gap Falls

Located at the Frozen Head State Park on the Cumberland Plateau near Wartburg, Tennessee, the 20-foot tall Emory Gap Falls can be enjoyed following a 1.5 mile hike.

Pursuant to the weather system from Hurricane Zeta, several days of rain proved to be good timing for an autumn visit to the area, which is oftentimes drier. At 0.5 miles, the trail also passes by Debord Falls, a 12-foot tall waterfall which is a convenient spot commonly enjoyed by families.


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15 responses to “Emory Gap Falls”

  1. Beautiful water falls Phil, you are a great photographer because when I look at your pictures I can imagine being at that particular location 💯👍and only a sensitive and great photographer like you can do it 🤗😊🌹
    Wishing you a lovely day and God bless you, my dear friend Phil 🙏🤗🌹

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