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Looking at "Looking Glass Falls" in Appalachia.

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A pretty picture says so much. Take a look at Looking Glass Falls in this article.

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Looking Glass Falls is a spectacular find in Appalachia. Located in the Pisgah National Forest near Brevard, North Carolina. Many tourist travel for hundreds of miles to see this great waterfall.

The falls is well known in this area of Western North Carolina. A great spot for couples, families and all those looking for beauty in nature.

This waterfall has it all. Surrounding forest areas for miles and miles and miles. Looking Glass Falls is sixty-feet high. The best time to visit the falls is of course during summertime.

Swimming is available for all those who can swim well. Swim at your own risk. Not everyone can swim so another great time to visit Looking Glass Falls is in autumn. The fall foliage is wildly beautiful and breathtaking to see.

A wonderful site with great pictures is The site emphasizes one should not climb the rocks, nor cliff near Looking Glass Falls. Many have fallen throughout North Carolina trying to climb to the top of waterfalls, this one is no diifferent. Just don't do it. But do visit this totally awesome waterfall. You won't be disappointed.

Keep reading, we have many more adventures to come!




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