High Falls is featured on several Web sites across the Internet. (Please note: SeeHighFalls.com is not responsible for the content of any sites outside its own.)


The Natural Arch and Bridge Society is a Non-profit Society
Supporting the Study, Appreciation, and Preservation of Natural Arches and Bridges.
http://www.naturalarches.org/gallery-ALarchrock.htm 


Here's more information about the natural arch at High Falls. Navigate this site for a wealth of information about natural arches and bridges
http://www.ccsi.com/~jwilbur/nabs/db/al08.htm 

As featured on About.com
http://huntsville.about.com/library/weekly/aa102303a.htm 

As photographed by Alabama's David Haynes
http://www.studioblountsprings.com/photoweek19.html 

Check the water levels at High Falls and Town Creek. http://www.americanwhitewater.org/gauges/id/6419/ 


For the serious adventurer, simply viewing High Falls is not enough. These images and stories from American White Water are amazing.
http://www.americanwhitewater.org/rivers/id/81/ 

An interesting tale of running Sand Mountain's white water
http://www.ozarkpages.com/tales/alabama.html 

More whitewater adventures
http://www.alexjharvey.com/Alabama.htm#Town%20Creek

Do you really enjoy waterfalls? Some of the photos on this site were shot by Louisiana outdoor photographer Henry Cancienne. To see more of his work, including some beautiful waterfalls throughout the country, visit Henry's Web site.
http://community.webshots.com/user/henrycancienne