Saturday, June 17, 2006

Clifty Falls State Park

Clifty Falls State Park

You can hike for miles past waterfalls and through canyons
By Bob Downing of Akron Beacon Journal

MADISON — Clifty Falls State Park is a waterfall heaven, a hiker’s haven. The 1,416-acre park in southeastern Indiana features a narrow 300-foot-deep valley, sheer cliffs of limestone and shale, and breathtaking waterfalls.

The tallest are Tunnel Falls at 83 feet, Wallace Falls at 79 feet and Hoffman Falls at 78 feet. The park’s namesake falls — Big Clifty and Little Clifty — are both 60 feet high.

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