Tennessee Landforms -- waterfalls
34.990690 -86.104000
34° 59.441'N 86° 6.24'W
34° 59' 26.5"N 86° 6' 14.4"W
16S 581772E 3872377N
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Falls of Jericho 35'

Waypoint: FRF004 34.990690,-86.104000
County: Franklin   landforms of Franklin county
Locale: SNA
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A narrow limestone canyon on the Tennessee/Alabama border (look at the topo map!). Nature Conservancy or Walls of Jericho article and photo of one of the falls.

trail map courtesy N. Walker, and a GPS track/elevation profile. A TN natural area. Also visit the gusher Mill Creek blowhole.

15' cascade in the upper (TN) portion of the canyon.

This 35' falls in TN (the waypoint) plunges into a cave, and the water re-appears out of a cave further downstream.

The water re-emerging from a cave. At high water the main channel carries water as well!

Looking upstream at a falls and the cascade from the cave.

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