Lost Falls **


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Laurel Falls **


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Azelea Cascades *


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Lodge Falls *


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Indian Falls **


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De Sota Falls *


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The Big Kahuna of Alabama waterfalls. It has a plunge of 104 ft.

Due to being nearly surrounded by private property it would be extremely hard to reach the bottom of the falls.

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Little River Falls *


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Graces High Falls


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High Falls *


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Last additions - Alabama
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High Falls583 viewsAn easy hike to observe High Falls. A niece foot bridge spans the river just above the falls.Jan 01, 2012
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High Falls484 viewsHigh Falls is a county owned park. A very wide falls with lots of water when we visited.

Conditions prevented descent to bottom.
Jan 01, 2012
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Feeder 2526 viewsJan 01, 2012
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High Falls Feeder Falls518 viewsJust below High Falls, on left side, is this feeder falls.Jan 01, 2012
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Grace 2544 viewsDid the best I could with the fog.Dec 31, 2011
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Grace567 viewsGraces High Falls on a foggy day. Note Little River Canyon. The canyon is 12 miles long and said to be 600-700 ft deep.Dec 31, 2011

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Desota 2253 viewsOct 13, 2019 at 12:53 PM
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Desota Falls 1253 viewsAt 104 ft DeSota is Alabama's tallest waterfalls.
It once was used for electrical generation and the remains of the plant foundation and pipe cradle can be seen from the viewing area.
Any waterfaller would love to descend to the bottom of the falls but, private property prevents it.
Oct 13, 2019 at 12:52 PM
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Azelea Cascades *244 viewsOne of three falls located along Lost Falls trail in DeSota State Park.

This falls can be accessed by boardwalk.
Oct 13, 2019 at 12:52 PM
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Lodge Falls *250 viewsIf you can look out the window of DeSota State Park Lodge, Alabama, you can see the top of Lodge Falls.

Have no clue why it was named Lodge Falls.
Oct 13, 2019 at 12:52 PM
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Desota Falls257 viewsOct 13, 2019 at 12:52 PM
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Laurel Falls 1245 viewsLaurel Falls is about midway on the orange slash of Laurel Falls Trail. Laurel, Azalea and, Lost Falls can all be seen from the Orange trail, accessed Lost Falls trailhead. Now, see how Lost Falls got lost in the first place?Oct 13, 2019 at 12:51 PM