Height: 15 feet
Crest: 55 feet
Difficulty to reach: Easy
This is a impressive waterfall located in Ludlow Falls, Ohio. The river drops 15 feet here in one clean drop. I'm not sure what the crest is, but I would have to imagine it's somewhere near 50-60 feet. Spring is probably the best time to view this waterfall, when the waterfall has a very powerful and beautiful flow. Nearby is Greenville Falls and West Milton Cascades. Personally, I think this is the best waterfall in the area, both of these waterfall are worth checking out as well, especially if you're already in the area. The only thing that takes away from the beauty of this waterfall is the bridge that was built above the waterfall. Nevertheless, I highly recommend checking it out.
How to get there:
Route 48 goes over the waterfall, but you wouldn't know that if you were driving over the bridge, to get to the waterfall you can take a short trail starting at a park in the town The park is located on Covington Avenue.
Photo by Mallory Landis
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