Flowing from a tranquil and secluded forest, Pisgah Gorge Falls is a hidden gem in northeast Alabama. This several layer cascade reveals stunning views that make for some excellent photo opportunities.
Pisgah Gorge Falls tumble over layers of rocky cliffs as Little Bryant Creek tumbles along. This waterfall is about 100 feet tall and the water that flows over makes its way out to the nearby Tennessee River.
This waterfall is hidden away at the back of a community park and is not very well known. Mostly only locals and hikers have made the recommendation to visit this beautiful location.
How to Visit
Pisgah Gorge Falls are located at 650 County Road 374 in Pisgah, Alabama. The falls are located at the end of a trail in Pisgah Civitan Park. Depending on the season, be prepared for a 1.5 mile hike back into the falls area. Parking is available in the park or if it is closed near the road. You will find the trailhead to the falls near the amphitheater. The falls are free to visit.
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