Twin Boulder Falls
Also known as: Waterfall on Right Fork
The stream, which is rather tiny this high up the mountain, drops off a rock face and immediately encounters the twin of the twin boulders, which causes it to twist to the right into a free-fall into a cleft between the rocks. A big log stands root-side-up in the cleft, worn smooth by the pounding water over the years. The falls ends in a jumble of rocks and deadfall that, unfortunately, will be there for quite a while.
- Height: 80
- Elevation: 3975 ft
- Stream: Right Fork
- Landowner: Pisgah National Forest
- GPS: 35.308973, -82.850783