Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Cumberland Falls

I took this shot when we where on a hiking trip several weeks back.

Here's some facts about Cumberland Falls State Park in Kentucky:
It's sometimes called the "Niagara of the South" . It's 125 feet wide and drops 68 feet into the Cumberland River. At night durning a full moon you can see the only "moonbow" in the Western Hemisphere.
It is a hikers paradise, with 20 miles of hiking trails. If your not a hiker there's White Water Rafting and Horse Back riding, as well.
Ya'll come by and visit,

Cumberland Falls



Alan said...

I recently visited your blog. It is a very interesting one. Keep it up.

Lena said...

@ Alan .... Thanks for stopping by, and for the encouraging words.

Stacy said...

I want to go there. I had never heard of a moonbow before but I want to see one now.

Anonymous said...

Nice! I an almost hear the water coming off the falls when I look at your photo.


Dirt Lover said...

What a beautiful place! Hiking? I could do that. White water rafting? I would be thinking about going over the falls. Well, actually, I would be thinking about landing after I went over the falls!!


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