Nantahala National Forest Cullasaja Falls Poster
U.S. Route 64 between the towns of Highlands and Franklin, dubbed “The Mountain Waters Scenic Byway”, packs an insane amount of scenery in its 8 mile stretch through the Cullasaja River Gorge. Containing one of the highest concentrations of massive waterfalls in the state, the Cullasaja River is home to Sequoyah Dam Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, Dry Falls, Bust Your Butt Falls, and the 250 ft tall Cullasaja Falls. Along the way, visitors can drive their vehicles beneath the 120-foot Bridal Veil Falls and walk behind the roaring water at Dry Falls. The highway itself lies along the Continental Divide and is believed to have been one of the routes originally used by Hernando de Soto during his expedition in 1540.
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