The falls is the furthest one in the picture. The side falls is in the foreground.
This is aptly named by Greg Davis as Hell to the No Falls. It is a bit of a hellish climb out of the gorge that guarantees quite a few slips and falls while traversing it. The falls to the side of the main falls is 76' tall.
|Name||Hell to the No Falls|
|Watercourse||A Branch of Pole Road Hollow|
|Height of Falls||80|
|Width of Falls||6|
|# of Drops||1|
|Type of Falls||Plunge|
|Upper Rock Layer|
|Lower Rock Layer||Rockcastle Conglomerate: Sandstone | conglomerate | interbedded sandstone | shale|
|Watershed Size (Acres)||106|
|Watershed Size (Sq Miles)||0|
|Area of Face of Falls||-|
|Name of Land||Beaver Creek WMA|
|Submitted by||Mervin Wood|