Pearson’s Falls in May

After eight inches of rain this week, I can only imagine how active Pearson’s Fall will be when I drive there today. Three years ago, I did this post, and I wanted to share it again, just in case you missed it the first time around. Enjoy.

Living in The Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina- A Blog

Pearson's Falls in May

Each month, Pearson’s Falls near the town of Tryon, North Carolina, takes on a different persona. The rains have been infrequent this month, so the flow is reduced. The fresh green of the new foliage contrasts well with the ancient granite rocks.

Below Pearson's Falls

The creek below the main falls offers many smaller falls and cascades.

Pearson's Falls Gorge Wall

On the quarter mile walk to the falls, you will pass rock faces dripping with spring water. and covered with tender green plants.

Pearson's Falls Stone Bridge

A stone bridge over the creek offers the perfect place to stop and admire the breathtaking beauty of the gorge.

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