Log Hollow Falls is a 25ft stunning waterfall in the Pisgah National Forest, Transylvania County, Carolina. It is also known as “Falls in Log Hollow”, or the Falls on Log Hollow Creek. Log Hollow Falls is a steep cascade with several sections of free-falling water. Tourists can drive to within half miles of the falls, and access them via an old Forest Service logging road. Therefore, this pretty waterfall is making it an easy destination. Regardless of this, Log Hollow Falls isn’t very popular and receives a small number of visitors. You can call it a hidden jewel not explored by many.

Log Hollow Falls is a 25ft waterfall in the Pisgah National Forest, Carolina.  A steep cascade with several sections of free-falling water.
Log Hollow Falls is a 25ft waterfall in the Pisgah National Forest, Carolina. A steep cascade with several sections of free-falling water. Photo Credit – Romantic Casheville
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There are many waterfalls in this stop, however, four are popular in close proximity to one another. Two are kid-friendly, that is Log Hollow and Logging Road Falls and two require a bit of scrambling effort to get to. That is Upper Log Hollow Falls and Discovery Fall. A right curve into a slide over a band of orange rock, and a nice pool at the bottom. The natural setting is lush green with plenty of wildflowers and bird sounds. This is a fun place for family and great for nature photography.

It is also known as “Falls in Log Hollow”, or the Falls on Log Hollow Creek.
It is also known as “Falls in Log Hollow”, or the Falls on Log Hollow Creek. Photo Credit – HD Carolina

Moreover, you can also visit a nearby 80ft waterfall just a quarter mile past Falls in Log Hollow. But make sure, no signs are there for exact directions. It is an easy one-mile round trip from Forest Service Road 5043 that is most nearby to vehicles. It is located off a one-lane unpaved road. In July and August, you can enjoy plenty of wild blackberries along the trail. If you want to enjoy real nature sedateness, then this is a perfect place. The road is often closed from January till March. 

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