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Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina contain some of the most picturesque places in the Eastern United States. I have had the privilege to begin an exploration of these out-of-the-way places. My travels have taken me far off the beaten path to some of the most spectacular sights. I have been blessed with the chance to discover these remarkable places. From majestic mountain peaks to plunging waterfalls, the southern Appalachian Mountains have something to offer every seeker.

This site was conceived primarily to promote the beauty of the waterfalls found in the southern Appalachian Mountains. There are many different destinations that are close by, whether a day hike or packing in the back country. This site was started as a hobby, but turned into an obsession.

Whitewater Falls
Minnehaha Falls

Waterfalls have always been a great source of wonder for me. Growing up in Florida, I developed a great appreciation for the mountains at an early age. My family would vacation in mountainous areas every summer. My father was an essential element in my developing an appreciation for "wild" America.

My goal with this website is simple, I wish to provide information that may help further your exploration of the natural wonders found in this unique environment.

Yellow Branch Falls

Remember to use caution around a waterfall. Wet mossy rocks are more slippery than they appear. One slip could mean injury or even death. Never cross a stream or river above a fall, and never climb on a fall. Respect nature, admire its beauty, don't destroy its creations.

Prints from Carolina Trails will be offered in the future. If you would like further information, please

Small Cascade below Twin Falls, SC