Wildcat Falls

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Wildcat Falls is a waterfall right off of Highway 215 in the Pisgah National Forest. It’s almost a mile north of the Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina, between Bubbling Spring Branch Falls and Bubbling Spring Branch Cascades. There’s a gravel pull-off on the eastern side of the street. It’s very easy to miss. Look for a brown, wooden sign featuring the campsite icon. It’s a rutted lot, so be very careful if you have a car with low clearance.

The trail is clearly marked. I think it’s part of an old logging railroad, so the grade is easy and very kid-friendly. The falls are about a half mile from the parking lot. The falls aren’t really worth a visit on their own, but it’s worth dropping by if you’re already in the area for another activity or if you’re hiking past the falls on the longer trail.

I learned about this site from North Carolina Waterfalls: A Hiking and Photography Guide.

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I'm the C.C. in C.C. Hikes. I'm a digital marketing specialist by trade and an avid weekend explorer. I built this site to log my travels to interesting parks, trails, and roadside attractions. You can use my travelog to discover fun places to visit and then use my interactive map to navigate there. Or browse through the categories to find something you like.

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