Grace's High Falls

Located within the 14,000-acre Little River Canyon National Preserve is Grace’s High Falls. Though only seasonal, this 133-foot waterfall is one of the tallest in the state. When rainfall is high, a significant amount of smaller creeks and waterfalls can be seen while exploring the area.

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Latitude: 34.354782 Longitude: -85.692679
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Recreational Opportunities

The 14,000-acre Little River Canyon National Preserve offers hours of outdoor recreation including whitewater boating, sheer wall climbing, and hiking into the depths of the canyon.

Seasons Accessible

The amount of water going over this seasonal waterfall depends on the amount of rainfall. In the winter and early spring the water level is high. During the summer and early fall, the water level is much lower.   The falls do not usually flow in the summer.

How to Get There

The Grace's Falls Overlook can be reached by taking the Canyon Rim Drive (AL Hwy 176) off of AL Highway 35.

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Contact Information

Pete Conroy
(256) 845-3548
4322 Little River Trail NE
Fort Payne, AL 35967 US
Angie Pierce - Alabama Mountain Lakes Tourist Association
256-350-3519 (Fax)
PO Box 2537
Decatur, AL 35602 US


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