Quadrule Falls is a gorgeous waterfall located in far eastern Kentucky along the Virginia border. It is rarely visited, as it is not on any official trail and requires a little over a 1 mile river wade each way, along with about 3 miles of hiking to get to the river wade. This is a map I put together of the area, as well as marking a couple other small falls on the river that I have visited, as well as some potential waterfalls. The potential waterfalls show up in the lidar data that was processed to create the basemap for this map. This map would not be possible without the guidance and help of Chuck Sutherland.
Large version of the map for viewing and download.