A charming little waterfall tucked deep in the woods. This is one of the more difficult ones to find. It has a very small, short gorge, and is only a few metres high. Lots of mossy rocks make for nice photographs. But this one certainly dries up through most of the year. There is apparenty a South Eller Falls but I have not yet visited it.
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