Return to Eagle Falls

Located along the Cumberland River in Corbin, Kentucky, the scenic Eagle Falls stands 30-feet tall. The trail is relatively short – rated as moderate with several changes in elevation and some rocky areas – and certainly well worth the effort!

Parking is limited so it’s best to visit during the weekdays, if possible, or arrive early on the weekend. There are no restrooms on site, though such is available immediately across the river at the Cumberland Falls State Resort Park – home of the impressive Cumberland Falls, also known as “The Niagara of the South”.

Prints are available in my gallery – framed, canvas, metal, art, poster, wood, acrylic and tapestry. Plus, more…

Here is Eagle Falls. Fed from Brummett Branch, water drains into the Cumberland River through several large boulders. Along the hike you’ll also encounter what are probably the best views of Cumberland Falls – see video below.

Here are a few shots from the trail. The third shot was photographed from across the Cumberland River, in which, if you look closely, you’ll see the wooden railing along the hiking trail to Eagle Falls.


Note: if you have a fear of heights, then you may not want to watch this video. At the end, it reveals Cumberland Falls – more on that later.

Prints make a great gift-giving idea and may be enjoyed all year long on a wall in your home, office, business lobby, hospital or cafeteria setting. Enjoy the great outdoors & thanks for visiting!


28 responses to “Return to Eagle Falls”

  1. […] Return to Eagle Falls — Perkins Designs […]

  2. oh oh that is really deep🙄🙈

    1. Oh oh, yes it is Nicole ~ please stay away from the edge 🤗 and have a great day 👌

      1. Yes Phil. I am far away :-)))

    2. Thanks for taking us to someplace I wouldn’t otherwise see or hear! Beautiful place.👍

      1. My pleasure, Mary ~ so glad you like it. 👍

  3. Wonderful clicks, Phil!

    1. Thank you, dear Jyothi 🙂

  4. Gorgeous photos, Phil. Thank you for sharing the video. A nice nature escape!

    1. So glad you enjoyed it, my fetching friend. 👀✨ Thank you. A very pleasant & peaceful hike, indeed, with (finally) warmer weather! Wishing for you a splendid Friday, Michele. 🌞🌹

  5. Wonderful capture and place! Have a great weekend dear Phil!!! 🌹🌹

    1. Thanks very much, dear Inge ~ you too 🌹🌹

  6. Wow! The waterfalls are Stunningly sublime 💕🌸. Thank you for sharing the captivating photos and video, Phil! You made me want to be there🤪🥳

    1. You are very kind, dear Annabel, and your new Gravatar profile picture is lovely. 🌹 I’m so glad that you enjoyed the photos and video ~ it’s a wonderful and peaceful place to visit that I’d be happy to show you. Have a great weekend! 🥳🥂✨😙

      1. Thank you so much, Phil! 💕🍵 The waterfalls will be a wonderful place to reset and meditate 🧘‍♂️… Happy you liked the new profile pic 🥰

        1. You are welcome, Annabel! 💕🍵 Yes, the sound of water soothes, is calming to find balance and reenergize – especially in nice weather (yesterday I wore shorts & t-shirt). 👍 Have a pleasant evening. 🤗🌸

  7. I love your nature!!!!!!!!!!!

    1. I know you do, my dear friend, and I’d love to show it to you 🌲🌄📷🤗

      1. Maybe one day we can travel freely again 🙏

        1. I believe so, yes 👍 Have a great day, dear Balle 🤗🌹

  8. Wow, Phil, you find the most beautiful and amazing places, thanks for the video, scared of heights or not, it’s gorgeous!!!

    1. I was thinking of you when I posted the video, Tiffany, and I’m glad you were OK with it ~ an amazing place, for sure! 😎

  9. It’s just beautiful – definitely well worth the effort 🙂

    1. I’m so glad you like it, dear Hannah ~ it surely is. Thanks for visiting, and I wish you and yours a Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays 🎄😊

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