The upper rim of the canyon at the north end of the park is 800 feet (240 m) above sea level, descending to the valley of the Ohio River. Big Clifty Falls is 60 feet (18 m) high and flows over limestone steps.
Big Clifty Falls Waterfall
Stair Set to Over Look
Another View of Big Clifty
Navigating the Stair Sets
Over Look Leading to Waterfall
Walking along the massive limestone cliffs that are carved out of the canyon.
Close as you can Get
Bridge Over Little Clifty Falls
Additional Walkway Along Canyon
Navigating the rocks and roots for a better view of the Canyon
Little Clifty Falls
Little Clifty Falls - 60 feet (18 m)
Little Clifty Through the Trees
Flooded trails are a good sign that the water flow of the waterfalls will be heavy. It also means that you must use extreme caution because all the trails are mud covered and slick.
60 Foot Drop
Spring and winter you can get a better peek at a full view of Little Clifty Falls. Once all the leaves are out, the view is hindered.
Wild Columbine Growing From Limestone
Wildflowers grow out of the limestone rocks along the trails.
Little Clifty From the Trail Head
Powerful Little Clifty
Top View of Little Clifty
Little Clifty Close Up
View From Above Big Clifty
Clifty Falls State Park Madison, IN
Growing Out of a Rock
Pretty in Purple
First time finding one.
Did I mention that I have no tripod? I seemed to have lost the tripod camera connection. Oh, well.