Over the weekend, we made the two-hour trek out to Fall Creek Falls State Park, located southeast of Nashville, Tennessee. The schools here are just finishing their two-week break, so there were quite a few visitors at the park.
Starting at the nature center, we crossed the suspension bridge and hiked a mile to the tallest waterfall on this side of the Rocky Mountains. We haven’t had much rain, so the fall was more of a light shower, as you can see from the pictures.
After taking photos from the lookout point at the top, we ventured 256 feet down to the base of the falls.
The trail was gorgeous, especially with the autumn-colored leaves, but climbing back up was a struggle. I’m going to count that as my leg workout for the year…