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Ruby Falls
Photo By William Fultz Ii

  • Title: Ruby Falls
  • State/Province/Region: Tennessee
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Town: Chattanooga
  • Brief Directions: Follow I-24 in Chattanooga Tennessee to Exit 175. Follow the signs, it's well marked.
  • Best Season: Spring
  • Description: Located 1120 ft. (341 m) beneath Lookout Mountain, Ruby Falls is 145 ft. (44 m.) underground waterfall. Giving viewers only 7 minutes to view this unique underground formation, the lights from the sides of the cave walls and in the plunge pool change colors from red, to green, to purple and to blue. The waterfall is fed by a stream somewhere on Lookout Mountain but where the stream enters the mountain is unknown.
  • Gear: Kodak Z812 IS
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