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Andre from Chicago on 6/4/2019 2:23:33 AM:
Last year I road the GAP and there were so many awesome waterfalls off the trail. Are there are waterfalls off the C and O trail?

 
Rivnuts from Homestead. PA on 6/4/2019 5:19:24 AM:
Although quite different in nature Great Falls in the Potomac River along the C&O is more impressive than those along the GAP including Ohiopyle on the Youghiogheny River.. As for "mountainous" waterfalls themselves I can't think of any of note along the C&O. The terrain along the C&O is much different (flatter) and doesn't facilitate the formation of hillside waterfalls.

 
Andre from Chicago on 6/4/2019 10:20:57 AM:
Thanks

 
Rivnuts from Homestead. PA on 6/5/2019 1:58:06 AM:
Although quite different in nature Great Falls in the Potomac River along the C&O is more impressive than those along the GAP including Ohiopyle on the Youghiogheny River.. As for "mountainous" waterfalls themselves I can't think of any of note along the C&O. The terrain along the C&O is much different (flatter) and doesn't facilitate the formation of hillside waterfalls.