Dry Falls New Trail | Waterfalls | Highlands NC
The Dry Falls Trail in Highlands NC has been under reconstruction for most of the 2012 season, but is NOW OPEN. This video walk through shows you all of the new changes and upgrades that have been made to this favorite waterfall in the Nantahala National Forest between Franklin NC and Highlands NC.
Dry Falls- behind the falls- Highlands NC
Walk behind these unique falls just outside of Highlands, NC... we show you how. Just a short hike from the parking area.
Winter trip to Dry Falls, Highlands NC
New Years Day 2020 we both have not been feeling well so we decided to go for a ride! Dry Falls in Highlands, NC. Come along and enjoy!
Fall Colors at Dry Falls, Cullasaja Gorge, Highlands, NC
Fall Colors at Dry Falls, Cullasaja Gorge, Highlands, NC. Shot 10/12/14
Dry Falls & White Side Mountain, North Carolina
Dry Falls & White Side Mountain United States of America
Dry Falls, Highlands NC: Steve, Hue, Earl and Carol. GoPro Camera
Dry Falls, also known as Upper Cullasaja Falls, is a 65-foot (20.1 m) waterfall located in the Nantahala National Forest, northwest of Highlands, North Carolina.
Easy access from parking lot on Highway 64 going from Franklin NC to Highlands NC. A must see site when you are in this area.
Video shot with a GoPro Hero 3 black edition.
Walking behind “Dry Falls” in Nantahala National Forest, near Highlands, North Carolina (10-14-15)
Dry Falls gives you the rare treat of walking safely behind a waterfall. This 75-foot tall waterfall in the Nantahala National Forest flows over an overhanging cliff, allowing you to walk behind the falls and stay dry (hence the name). During rainy spells when the water volume is higher, the spray will prevent you from staying totally dry.
Located roadside on U.S. Highway 64, everyone can enjoy the view from a fully accessible observation area adjacent to the parking area. It's an easy walk down the trail to reach the falls. While the view is nice from the roadside observation deck, the real treat is getting a closer look by climbing down the stairs and short path. There are many great vantage points along the way for photos. You may be able to see a rainbow if you and the sun are in the right position. The spray from the falls may get you wet when you walk behind it, so have somewhere to hide your camera or anything you don't want to get wet. But it’s usually just a little mist.
Dry Falls flows on the Cullasaja River through the Nantahala National Forest. It is part of a series of waterfalls on an 8.7-mile (14 km) stretch of the river that eventually ends with Cullasaja Falls. In the narrow and deep Cullasaja Gorge, the Cullasaja River rushes and drops in a series of cascades and waterfalls to the Tennessee River near Franklin. A two-lane highway called Mountain Waters Scenic Byway, which is the combined route of U.S. 64 and NC 28, runs through the Cullasaja Gorge, which is mostly protected as part of the Nantahala National Forest.
The U.S. Forest Service has designated this to be a National Scenic Byway because of the river, and its numerous waterfalls. The highway clings to the north bank of the Cullasaja River. Though the road is narrow and the curves are frequent and sharp, it can be a fun and beautiful drive. There are many places to pull off, get out and enjoy the views of the river.
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Dry Falls Trail and Cliffside Lake Trail - Near Highlands, NC 7 21 15
Our hike of the week to Dry Falls Trail and the Cliffside Lake Trails. July 21, 2015. One of the most spectacular waterfalls anywhere!
In the town of Highlands, NC
Riding through the central downtown area of Highlands.
Music: Bob Bradley (Bright and Early)
Must-See Waterfalls in Highlands, NC (Bridal Veil Falls & Dry Falls)
See the scenic Bridal Veil Falls and walk behind the waterfall at Dry Falls, both located in Highlands, NC. These must-see waterfalls are part of the Nantahala National Forest, just a short drive from Cherokee, NC and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Escaping the Heat to Highlands, NC
The temperatures drop by 10 to 15 degrees at 4,118 feet elevation in Highlands, NC on the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau. See what there is to do and where to stay in this charming mountain town in the Western North Carolina Mountains.
Dry Falls - Nantahala National Forest
Welcome to Dry Falls off US Route 64 East coming into Highlands, North Carolina. Reason once again to be thankful for our National Forests.
Flying over Highlands NC.
Bridal Veil Falls Highlands NC 2018.
Lila & Colin: Wedding Film in Highlands, NC
Old Edwards Inn & The Farm at Old Edwards
Bridal Veil Falls, Nantahala National Forest, North Carolina
This is a video of Bridal Veil Falls in the Nantahala National Forest near Highlands, North Carolina. The video was taken June 21, 2013. For more information visit
Dry Falls in Highland, NC
Waterfalls of North Carolina: Bridal Veil Falls and Dry Falls
Waterfalls of North Carolina: Bridal Veil Falls and Dry Falls. These natural falls are a great stop on your vacation if you're traveling through the North Carolina area. We were driving to Highlands, NC and stopped to see the beautiful waterfalls. Bridal Veil Falls is first in the video. This waterfall can be seen from the road, in fact you can even drive or walk under it! Next seen on the video is Dry Falls. Dry Falls is also know as Upper Cullasaja Falls., It's a 65-foot (20.1 m) waterfall located in the Nantahala National Forest, northwest of Highlands, North Carolina. It's definitely worth the walk down to see it! You can also walk completely behind this waterfall as you will see at end of the video. Enjoy!
BURGUNDY (Highlands, NC) Store Tour
A look inside Burgundy on Main Street in Highlands, NC.
Maryland's Tallest Waterfall: Muddy Creek Falls 2-28-16
Muddy Creek Falls is located within Swallow Falls State Park, in the mountains of Garrett County, Maryland. It is approximately 9 miles north of Oakland, the county seat. The falls drop 53 feet and are located near the confluence of Muddy Creek and the Youghiogheny River.(Pronounced Yawk-a-gany) To read more about the park and this waterfall click here: This is a truly impressive waterfall and an overall great experience. Thanks for watching!