These steps lead to the first waterfall.
This is a rest area under a huge rock outcropping.
Northwest Georgia is having a drought. During a season with normal rainfall, there would be a waterfall cascading over the top of the rocks. During our trip, it was just a drip.
This is another view of where the waterfall should be!
After walking down more steps, we arrived at the overlook for the second waterfall. Notice the discoloration of the rock at the top. That is where the water was trickling over the side.
From here it was time to walk back up all the steps! We were glad that there were resting areas along the way. We stopped and saw the areas of the West Rim Trail where we had previously hiked.
We left the waterfall area and went to the wildlife viewing area which was near the disc golf course.
The only wildlife we saw was a moth on some purple wildflowers.