Triple Falls – Jasper, Arkansas - Atlas Obscura

Triple Falls

Jasper, Arkansas

These waterfalls can be twins or triplets, depending on how much it's rained recently. 

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This ain’t just one waterfall. It ain’t even two waterfalls, but three waterfalls,  all pouring off the same 48-foot-tall bluff.  Now some say it’s just two waterfalls, on account of there only being two water sources, but the wet season brings the triple fall effect. The falls are also called Twin Falls. But there are other, better-known Twin Falls in Arkansas, so the title “Triple Falls” has taken effect. 

Two of the falls are spring-fed. The spring can be viewed on the hike down to the falls. The other fall is creek-fed.

Know Before You Go

The hike to the falls is 4.4 miles round trip with an elevation gain of over 500 feet.  You can save two miles if you park in the little parking area along the road to Kyles Landing and start from there.  But the short cut avoids the beautiful rock formations and smaller waterfalls along the way.

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