- Town: Township D
- Rating: 5
- Type: plunge
- Height: 90 feet
- Source: Mountain Brook
- Trail Length: 0.8 mile to the falls
- Trail Difficulty: easy side of moderate
- Altitude Gain: down 50 feet, up 150 feet
- Hiking Time: 30 minutes
With surrounding cliffs of up to 115 feet, Angel Falls is remarkably scenic. The 25-foot gap positioned on the top of the cliff wall can be explained by two theories, the first being erosion. Through the years it appears as if the water sliced its way through the cliff walls, causing the sediments to flow downstream. The other theory suggests that the perfectly sized boulder at the base of the waterfall used to sit in the gap above. Perhaps it was knocked out during the Ice Age or even by a great storm. We cannot say which theory is correct, but the gap on the cliff wall through which the water flows certainly distinguishes Angel Falls from all others in the region.
Waterfall details provided courtesy of www.NewEnglandWaterfalls.com.