A Falls on a Branch of Lick Creek

A massive boulder, the size of a small office tower, rests at the base of this waterfall.  The water that would pour over the ledge and plunge to the base instead is obscured by this boulder.  It would be a breathtaking waterfall, with a nice watershed, if not for the boulder from the cliffs above.

Name A Falls on a Branch of Lick Creek
Watercourse A Branch of Lick Creek
Height of Falls 0
Width of Falls 0
# of Drops 0
Type of Falls N/A
Upper Rock Layer Rockcastle Conglomerate: Sandstone | conglomerate | shale
Lower Rock Layer Alvy Creek Formation: Shale | siltstone | sandstone | coal | clay
 Watershed Size (Acres) -
 Watershed Size (Sq Miles) -
Area of Face of Falls  0
Status Busted
Latitude 36.72323395
Longitude -84.49802356
Elevation 996.6
Land Owner USDA
Name of Land Daniel Boone National Forest
County McCreary
Azimuth -
Submitted by Christopher Morris

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