Raven Cliff Falls

Mountain Bridge Wilderness Area
This 400-foot waterfall of Matthews Creek is one of the most scenic and photographed waterfalls in the state. It was named for the ravens that breed in the high cliffs forming the falls. Over 150 species of ravens have been identified in this region. There are two areas to view the falls. One is from the official viewing deck about a quarter of a mile across from the falls. The other is from a rock outcrop near the start of the Dismal Trail, which offers a profile of the upper falls.
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