Grace’s High Falls is officially the tallest waterfall in the state of Alabama inside Little River Canyon National Preserve but the water flow is pretty seasonal. On the plus side,
it’s close to must-see Little River Falls and DeSoto Falls.
Grace’s High Falls – Trip Details
Grace’s High Falls is a nice stop on your day trip through Little River Canyon National Preserve. If you’re driving through the canyon, you can stop at the overlook across from the falls on Canyon Rim Drive and is an easy stop for kids and dogs alike.
A hike into the canyon at the base of the falls is not for the faint of heart!
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Your trip to DeSoto Falls and Little River Canyon could easily turn into a multi-day trip of hikes and waterfalls. Nearby DeSoto State Park is home to several falls, and Little River Canyon National Preserve connects to it and continues south with multiple large falls to see such as Little River Falls just off of Highway 35.
- Little River Falls – a must-see waterfall with significant flow in the shoulder seasons right off of Highway 35
- Martha’s Falls – just down the river from Little River Falls
- DeSoto Falls – a must see waterfall in DeSoto State Park
- Azalea Cascades – a small cascade at the end of a short wooded hike in DeSoto State Park
- Indian Falls – a nice waterfall just down from the store at DeSoto State Park
- Laurel Falls – a ~12′ drop off of a moss-covered rock ledge in DeSoto State Park
- Lost Falls – a small waterfall in DeSoto State Park
- Lodge Falls – a small waterfall near the park lodge