Sheets of water spill down the face of the 120-foot High Falls, one of the premier attractions in DuPont State Recreational Forest between Hendersonville and Brevard in Western North Carolina. Triple Falls is a mile downstream.
Sheets of water spill down the face of the 120-foot High Falls, one of the premier attractions in DuPont State Recreational Forest between Hendersonville and Brevard in Western North Carolina. Triple Falls is a mile downstream. Photo by Jack Horan
Sheets of water spill down the face of the 120-foot High Falls, one of the premier attractions in DuPont State Recreational Forest between Hendersonville and Brevard in Western North Carolina. Triple Falls is a mile downstream. Photo by Jack Horan

Visitors can see three NC waterfalls in one hike

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