Waterfalls are all around us and I’ve never seen one I didn’t like.
They’re magical and they’re spectacular, but we’re also human beings and we love them.
Here are some waterfalls I’d like to see more of: Blue Mountain (NPS Photo) Blue Mountain is located on the Appalachian Trail.
Its name comes from a small town in Maine where visitors can get a glimpse of a blue sky in winter.
The area is so remote that hikers and campers come together and sing songs.
The park has a beautiful waterfall that has its own name: Blue Muddy.
The Falls are at the end of the trail.
This is one of the few places on the trail that is totally dry and the falls are a delight to walk on.
It’s about 2.5 miles from the start of the hike to the base of the falls.
There is no trailhead to Blue Mountain, so the best place to start your hike is at the trailhead.
You can also hike back up to Blue Falls on the same trail.