Waterfall on Tributary of Thompson Creek
A series of 3 falls. The first is a cascade, wider near the bottom, and spreading into a triangle shape during high water flow. Rhododendrons surround this portion of the stream. The water is funneled into a chute beside a big boulder below the main part of the upper drop. The middle section is a chute with a small drop into a pool area, in more open woods. The lower portion is the only one we recommend trying to visit and consists of two cascades, the upper having a curve in it, with a pool in the middle.
- Height: 30 ft. (approximate)
- Elevation: 3600 ft
- Stream: Tributary of Thompson Creek
- Landowner: Pisgah National Forest, Pisgah Ranger District
- GPS: 35.391316, -82.746551