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Looking Glass Falls - Asheville  North Carolina

Looking Glass Falls is a 60 feet waterfall in Western North Carolina Pisgah National Forest, located near Brevard.
Looking Glass Falls - Asheville  North Carolina
Looking Glass Waterfall Pisgah National Forest
The name comes from nearby Looking Glass Rock, which resembles a wintertime mirror (or "looking glass") of sunlight, as water freezes on its sides and reflects the sun, and from the name of the stream from which the falls plunge, Looking Glass Creek. The falls are about 60 feet tall.

Location : U.S. 276 Highway - Pisgah National Forest near Brevard, NC
Trial Info : 0.25 Miles Round Trip 
Looking Glass Falls - Asheville
North Carolina Waterfalls
Pisgah National Forest Waterfalls
Looking Glass waterfalls is one of the most popular and beautiful waterfalls in North Carolina. The falls are open to the public and are accessible on the side of U.S. Highway 276, approximately 5.6 miles north of the intersection of 276, U.S. Highway 64, and NC Highway 280 in Brevard, North Carolina. 

It is an extremely popular waterfall in the Pisgah National Forest, due to ease of access to the falls directly on the side of the road. There is a path that leads to the plunge pool. During the winter when the falls freeze solid, they are popular Ice Climbing destination.
North Carolina Looking Glass Waterfalls
The area surrounding the waterfall is full of adventure opportunities. Hike the nearby Moore Cove Falls Trail to a towering, wispy waterfall set deep in a scenic cove.
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