Yellow Birch Ravine Double Falls Come Explore Poster
Double Falls is a hidden waterfall located within the 441 acre Yellow Birch Ravine Nature Preserve on the outskirts of the Hoosier National Forest near Taswell, Indiana. This nature preserves rugged beauty is marked by its abundance of limestone bluffs found more typically in the Appalachian Mountain Region of the eastern United States. There are no marked trails here, but the well worn paths follow the contours of several deeply cut ravines leading to wild caves, arches, towering rock shelters, and numerous waterfalls. Visiting this little known nature preserve is a true outdoor adventure where you never known what you might discover. Created by a diverging stream of water cascading over two separate ledges from the top of an expansive circular rock shelter, this waterfall is the largest known in the nature preserve. Its name is derived from the horseshoe shaped cliff that surrounds the end of this expansive box canyon. The formation is often referred to as Horseshoe Falls, Double Falls, Ravine Falls, and a combination of the two: Horseshoe Double Falls.
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