Log Hollow Falls

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Log Hollow Falls
Log in log hollow falls.jpg
Location Blue Ridge Mountains, Transylvania County, North Carolina
Coordinates 35°19′25″N 82°48′29″W / 35.323662°N 82.808118°W / 35.323662; -82.808118
Type Cascade
Total height 30 ft (9 m)
Number of drops 1

Log Hollow Falls (also known as Falls in Log Hollow, or the Falls on Log Hollow Creek) is a waterfall in the Pisgah National Forest, Transylvania County, North Carolina.[1] It's a steep cascade with a couple of sections of free falling water. Visitors can drive to within 1/2 miles of the falls, and access them via an old Forest Service logging road, making it an easy destination. Despite this, the falls isn't very well known and receives few visitors.

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