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Catawba Falls
by Travis Proctor & Brenda Hoss

Latest Update: April 21, 2011


Photo by Travis Proctor
Directions: From exit 73 on I-40 at Old Fort, NC turn onto Catawba Falls Road, traveling about 3 miles to end of road. Trail head is on left across an old bridge. Hike 1.3 miles to base of first falls and .2 miles to second falls. Dangerous climb to second falls.




Photo by Travis Proctor


Photo by Travis Proctor