Blue Hole Falls

Off Cassidy Bridge Rd (Co Rd 193), Rich Mtn Rd (FS

Walhalla, SC 29691

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Phone: (864) 638-9568

City: Walhalla

Region: Mountains

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Blue Hole Falls

Blue Hole Falls is a 75-foot cascade on Cedar Creek that falls into the blue pool for which it is named. A moderate hike on a poorly defined path leads you the falls. Be careful: the sides of the pool are steep, and the path is very narrow.

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