I love waterfalls and the North Carolina mountains are full of them.
However, I don’t want to just see them I want to play in them like the kid at heart I am! 😂
Some of them are not safe to swim at and others require a 1 mile or more hike before you reach them.
There are a few hidden gems that you can not only swim in but are also very easy to get to.
With school just starting back now is the perfect time to explore some of these beauties and have the best chance of being alone with someone you love. #romance 💖
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Last adventure in the PNW and with my buddy for a little while. We had a different trip completely in mind, but due to a closed road we ended up right back in the first camping spot we went to, where we held ceremony months ago. We also got to hike the first trail I tried to find by myself back in May (I got super lost and didn't make it)
Isn't it insane, the magic that happens when we just flow? How many beautiful moments come from just letting go?
It was so amazing to go back to the same spot on the river that we released so much into, and realize how much both of us have grown since then.
I am so grateful our paths crossed Kai, it has been an absolute honor making magick with you, and you've become one of my best friends and greatest teachers. Can't wait for all the adventures in the future!
My tassey travel spot 3 - Russel Falls. After 6 years of looking at a photo of Russel Falls on the back of my inlaws toilet whenever I visit (my life is so glamours!), I knew that as soon as we booked a trip to Tasmania we had to see this waterfall in person!
Located in the beautiful Mt Field National Park and surrounded by what seems like endless trails and waterfalls this place is great for a day or two of trekking and trails.