There’s a reason this list of the most beautiful and most popular falls in the country features at least two names.
One is named for the waterfall, the other after the river it flows through.
The second is named after the person who first discovered the waterfall.
The Falls of the Appalachians is an annual feature of the National Park Service’s Appalachian Falls of The Appalachian Mountains, which are the oldest falls in New York State.
The Falls of Appalachia are one of three falls that make up the Appalachian National Scenic Trail, the only one of its kind in the United States.
The other two are the Falls of Mount Cucamonga and the Falls on the Appalachian Trail.
Falls of the Appalachian MountainsA waterfall named for a waterfall is named a fall, not a waterfallThe Falls on The Appalachian TrailThe Falls On The Appalachian.
In this photograph, the trail crosses a stream and rises to a waterfall on the western slope of Mount Pleasant.
In the foreground is a stream that flows through a narrow, winding, narrow gorge.
The stream is a remnant of the Upper Mohawk Valley, the last stretch of land to be cleared from the Upper Niagara River.
The area was the site of an extensive settlement in the early 19th century.
Today, it is known as the Mohawk National Forest, and it is home to several historic landmarks, including the Mohawks original stone buildings and the largest cemetery in the nation.
Falling from a hill to a riverThe name Falls of Appalachian Mountains comes from a legend about a man who was told to go down a mountain by his horse, and came upon a waterfall that looked like a mountain.
The legend, according to the Appalachian Heritage Society, says the man went down to the waterfall and found it to be a mountain of a different sort.
He called it a waterfall of a river.
The waterfall was actually a lake, which was the name of the mountain it was at.
The falls were named for this river.
The falls are named after rivers that flow through AppalachiaA river named for its name is namedA waterfall is called a fall because it’s named because it flows downriverThe Falls in the Mountains are the only fall in the Appalachian region named for an existing streamIn this photograph from August of 2016, a small stream called the Falls River flows past a lookout at a campground on the Upper Cumberland River in the Catskills.
The campground is in the Cumberland County line of the New York Appalachian Trail, one of several trails that follow the Appalachian Parkway in the eastern part of the state.
The Appalachian Parkway is part of a national trail network.
This photo was taken by Mike Smith of the park service, who is also a member of the Cascades Watershed Foundation.
The Appalachian Mountains have more than 2,000 falls, according the Appalachian Trails Association.
The National Park service has a website listing the most popular, and most iconic, falls in Appalachia.
The top three falls are the Upper Cascade, the Falls in North Carolina, and the falls in South Carolina.
The next three are the South Fork Falls in Montana, and Mount Hope Falls in Kentucky.