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Double Falls
Daniel Boone National Forest
McCreary County
Kentucky

The first time I saw this waterfall tucked away in Kentucky’s Daniel Boone National Forest I was standing with my good friend Chris Morris 40 ft above it on a cliff along the slot canyon that leads to it. That very spot was also where I met McCreary County explorer and regional arch expert Mervin Wood for the first time. Bright sun on that visit just had us out exploring without our camera equipment. That was over a year ago. Recently I finally got to visit this beauty from below with the guidance of good friend Greg Davis. Requiring a fairly easy scramble down the cliff and fighting some thick rhododendrons we were able to make it to the wataershed and creekwalk our way to the waterfall. This place is amazing as one stands beneath the high cliff walls, you get the sense you've been transported back in time to a primordial place rarely seen by others. Though I didn't get to spend as much time here as I wanted due to waning late evening light, I look forward to returning in the near future after a good rain!

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