I’m pretty passionate about hiking to waterfalls. So much so that I want to share my experiences with the world. I’ve spent the last few years hiking trails to waterfalls along the Appalachian Mountains (mostly in North Carolina) to bring you the ultimate beginner’s guide for hikes in the region. Almost all of the hikes on this website are good for people who don’t get out much, have small children, or can’t physically do moderately strenuous activities.

This website is divided into several regions with descriptions to over 100 different waterfalls. If you want to know more or want help putting together a good waterfalling road trip, feel free to contact me.



9/9/20 – Added new listings for Cumberland Falls in Kentucky and Greeter Falls in Tennessee.

5/11/20 – Added new listing for Middle Falls and updated the media for Stone Mountain Falls

11/4/19 – Added a new listing for Cedar Rock Falls near Brevard

5/27/19 – Just added a TON of new falls from the northeastern part of the US. Check out the Other States page for a full list.

3/3/19 – Updated photos for Mingo and High Falls, and added listings for Toxaway and Woodfin Falls

9/19/18 – Added listing for Carter Falls

8/5/18 – Updated the listing for Cullasaja Falls

6/30/18 – Added listings for Upper Creek, Otter, Buckeye Creek, Craborchard, and Green Mountain Falls

6/24/18 – Added listing for Laurel Creek Falls

6/23/18 – Added listing for Ozone Falls

4/28/18 – Added listings for several waterfalls in three new states! Click here to check them all out.

3/31/18 – Added listings for Bubbling Spring Branch CascadesCove Creek, Glencannon, Raven Cliff, and Sunburst Falls

2/24/18 – Added listings for Big Creek, Catawba, Glassmine, Grassy Creek, and White Oak Falls.

10/15/17 – Added listing for Silvervale Falls

10/7/17 – Added listings for Drift, Hidden, and Turtleback Falls in Gorges State Park

Get the Book!

North Carolina and the southern Appalachian Mountains are teeming with waterfalls. But where do you begin? Appalachian Waterfalls: A Guide for Beginners is a great resource for anyone who wants to explore the waterfalls in the Appalachian Mountains. It is available for purchase directly through the publisher – Lulu, Inc. – as well as AmazonBarnes & Noble, and the iBookstore!

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NOTE: Easywaterfallhikes.com is a database of waterfalls and is NOT affiliated with any specific waterfall.