Cullasaja Falls
Cullasaja Falls
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tippy2nu
Concord, NC29 contributions
May 2022 • Couples
We missed this the first time by, I’m glad we went back the next morning! There’s wasn’t really a way to walk down, so we got some great pictures and moved on.
Written 7 May 2022
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Pete B
Candler, NC297 contributions
Oct 2021
This is one of many picturesque falls along the Cullasaja River gorge, but unfortunately seeing them can be risky and downright dangerous – not only from falling over the falls, but from the traffic rushing by behind you on the narrow road. Route 64 is narrow, often without a berm, and there are very few pull-offs along the windy stretch beside the rushing, scenic river. A visit early in the morning when traffic may be lighter improves your chances of finding a spot to pull off for a few minutes and gaze at the churning water. There are a few places where undeveloped, rocky paths lead closer to the water, but it would be easy to slip and fall – especially if the ground and rocks are wet. Be warned.
Written 8 October 2021
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Marc N
Bartlesville, OK935 contributions
Jul 2021
Pull off the side of the road in a wide spot and look around to see if you are in the right spot. After you find the spot crawl over the rail and down the hill to get a good vie.
Written 1 August 2021
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Vonnie J
Greenville, NC163 contributions
Apr 2021 • Family
We have viewed these falls from the road before, but finally stopped to enjoy them today. They were impressive! The grandkids definitely liked them. There was a way down to get closer. Go under the guardrail, grab the rope for balance and work your way down to the river. I shyed away at first, but decided I would be wild like the falls and go for it. Just think, I could have missed that awesome experience with 2 of my grandchildren, daughter, son-in-law, and husband! Excellent view of the falls.
Written 14 April 2021
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Curtis S
Kingsport, TN2,631 contributions
Feb 2021
We were staying at an AirBNB just outside of Franklin and decided to visit as many waterfalls as was reasonable. US 64 is a curvy, narrow road, with few places to pull over. Add in the ice/rock falling from the sheer rock faces along the road, and you have a little entertainment. Cullasaja falls were the first on the list, and we did have a little difficulty navigating using Waze. Supposedly there was a trailhead for a short trail to the falls. We never saw any trailhead and, given the weather conditions, it may not have been a good idea anyway. We managed to find a short section where we could pull over and get a pic. There was plenty of ice to put someone on their behind, so be careful if you visit during the winter months. The falls were quite photogenic. Recommended.
Written 14 February 2021
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Michelle M
Burlington, NC65 contributions
Feb 2021
It would be nice if there was access to a better View of the falls and a walking trial to access the falls. The view point only has parking for 3 cars and very dangerous to park. Narrow 2 way winding roads with large trucks passing.
Written 8 February 2021
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slopater
27 contributions
Jul 2020
A beautiful waterfall. The only issue is because of the terrain of the area, there is very, very little parking. It is a two-lane narrow mountain road and you have to be very careful. Still...a must see..
Written 27 July 2020
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mathstud
Mulberry, FL315 contributions
Jul 2020 • Family
This is the best natural attraction in North Carolina. There are several waterfalls along a short drive.
Written 6 July 2020
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WildHaireAdventures
Tyler, TX1,547 contributions
Nov 2019 • Couples
We stopped here to view the Cullasaja Falls and it was simply breathtaking. The pull off can be dangerous and there’s only room for maybe 4 cars at the most. We were lucky enough to get a spot to view this beauty. Be very careful parking and getting out of car, it’s a VERY narrow space, but still worth the effort.
Written 13 November 2019
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Marcia M
Blairsville, GA114 contributions
Nov 2019
One of the prettiest waterfalls I know. I love to make the 64East drive and stop here, Dry Falls, Bridal Veil Falls and then on to Cashiers for Whitewater Falls - a great day trip!
Written 6 November 2019
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