|Spring time offers a variety of wild flowers to
|Best to shoot the 50 foot waterfall after a rain.
Extended dry weather can reduce the falls to a trickle.
|The falls offers the ability to walk behind it and photograph the falling water.|
Driving Tips and Other Information
|From the intersection of Hwys 64, 280 and 276 north
near Brevard, drive north on Hwy 276 north for about 6.5 miles and
pull off in the paved area on the right side of the road, just
before a stone bridge. About 1 mile past Looking Glass Falls.
Look for the Information board and stone bridge. If you cross
the bridge, you have gone about 1/10 mile too far.
|The 3/4 mile trail begins on the bridge side of the
information board. Cross the wooden foot bridge and head uphill for a short distance. That's the steepest part of
the trail. At the top, head to the right and follow the yellow
blazes on the trees.
Note the hike is about a 5 - 10% grade to
|No bathroom facilities available
|If you have never photograph Look Glass Falls, this would be a good time to stop. (Note, this is a VERY popular place in the summer for waders.|
Information compiled by Bob Spalding