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Northrup Falls

This is Northrup Falls, a 65-foot tall waterfall located in the Colditz Cove State Natural Area near Allardt, Tennessee.

Visitors hiking this moderately difficult 1.3 mile out and back trail can understand why cliff dwelling Indians made this their home approx. 3,000 years ago – overhanging cliffs extend outward nearly 50-feet in some areas, providing substantial natural shelter.

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10 responses to “Northrup Falls”

    1. Phil Avatar

      It’s one of my favorite areas to visit, indeed – for both the waterfall and the geology 🙏😊

  1. Filarance Avatar

    Looks so beautiful..!

    1. Phil Avatar

      Glad you like it, dear Filarance 😊

  2. BallesWorld Avatar

    Wow 😍 Sooooo beautiful!!!!!!!

    1. Phil Avatar

      So glad you like it, dear Balle ~ thanks 😊🌹

      1. BallesWorld Avatar

        With pleasure 😀

  3. Robin King Avatar

    Yeah – this one did it: I’m out of words to express how special this is. Best I can do: 👏♥️👏♥️👏♥️👏♥️👏♥️👏

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thanks so much, Robin ~ it’s truly a special place which I enjoy very much 🙏☮️😍

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