Snapshots: Waterfalls

-- By Alabama Living Magazine
Eagle Creek falls, Sipsey Wilderness Area. SUBMITTED BY Cody Hood, Addison.
Mardis Mill Falls (also known as Graves Creek Falls) near Oneonta off Highway 231. A scenic cascade just over 10 feet tall but very wide. SUBMITTED BY Keith Cain, Arab.
Hodge Mill Fall in the Bankhead Forest, March 2020. SUBMITTED BY Debbie Boyd, Addison.
Stephens Gap is a large cave in Jackson County (near Woodville) with 3 waterfalls inside that can be rapelled down to a pillar in the middle, or you can walk over to it with a little climbing. SUBMITTED BY Jason Hepler, Hollywood.
A spring day in Hampton Cove, Alabama. SUBMITTED BY Sandra Kipinger, Union Grove.

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