“Waterfalls can touch your soul, Your heart, Make you wonder and think,
What beauty nature brings” Angel plant
Usually being woken with the words morning hike would make me hide under the blankets but add the word waterfalls and I’m first there, add three waterfalls and I couldn’t be happier.
We headed off to Pisgah national forest, which boasts some 500,000 plus acres of beautiful mountain scenery and more importantly waterfalls, lots of beautiful waterfall.
Looking glass falls, how beautiful is this? You are easily able to get to the bottom and have a little paddle.
I so desperately wanted to shower under the waterfall but knowing I’d look more like a crazy woman rather than a supermodel I thought better.
But I did play around on the rocks instead and was extremely thankful that I managed to balance for a change.
After a near miss I decided not to push my luck and head on over to sliding rock.
How much fun does this look?
After deciding that as much fun as sliding rock looked we decided we weren’t in the mood for a ice bath.
So we headed down stream to our final waterfall for the morning.
Moore cove falls was certainly a hike but most definitely worth it.
I love the relaxing sound of the water falling and the much needed breeze.
The forest was full of every shade of green you could possibly imagine, absolutely my new favourite morning activity.