Ten waterfalls in one day, by Jack Ollis

Black Mountain News
Moore Cove Falls is a half mile or so from the road, Ollis said.

Jack Ollis traveled with a Carolina Mountain Club group on May 23 to 10 waterfalls. The group made a loop of about 80 miles out of Brevard and hiked and scrambled up and down mountains for a total of about six miles, Ollis said.

Skinny Dip Falls off the Blue Ridge Parkway is "a favorite of travelers," Ollis said. "No skinny dipping around here!"
"There is a steep descent to the stream after a relatively easy hike" at Upper Dill Falls, Ollis said.
Dills Falls is "a very beautiful waterfall with a great views," Ollis said.
Courthouse Falls is "a beautiful waterfall found after going several miles on a secondary road in Pisgah National Forest."
Cody Falls is "a newly scouted fall down an extremely steep bank after a hike," Ollis said.
An old mill sits beside the double waterfall at Mill Shoals Falls off forest service land on the west fork of the French Broad River.
Bird Rock Falls on the north fork of the French Broad River is beside a major cliff but near the road, Ollis said.
After traveling for several miles on a dirt forest road, hiking down to the bank for several hundred feet was quite a scramble," Ollis said of Cathey's Creek Falls. "The reward was great. This is a beautiful waterfall."
"The easiest waterfall to reach and one of the most beautiful," Ollis said of Estatoe Falls.