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Little River Canyon Falls

by JP on Jan.12, 2010, under Alabama Hiking Trails

I was riding by the Little River Canyon Falls this past Saturday after some wintry weather. The falls had lots of icicles, and looked really cool. By the way, the temperature was around 17 degrees Farenheit. I wish I could have gotten down to the falls view, but the trail was way too icy to be safe, not that walking along an icy bridge path was much safer with traffic.

Frozen Little River Canyon

Check out more about Little River Canyon in this earlier article.

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1 Comment for this entry

  • David

    Frozen waterfalls are very cool!

    I’ll be going to Dupont State Park in North Carolina this weekend. Over the last 3 weeks they’ve had frozen waterfalls, but I think the warmer weather today and tomorrow is going to melt it.

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