Fall Creek Gorge The Potholes | Indiana Waterfalls

Fall Creek Gorge, known locally as The Potholes, is a narrow sandstone canyon containing many large and small potholes in the bedrock stream bed. These potholes have been created over time by the fast-moving water of Fall Creek as it swirls through the gorge. The water flowing through the gorge is of extremely high quality as is indicated by its “exceptional use” designation by the State Board of Health. Rare and unusual species which can be found in the preserve include snow trillium, grass-of-parnassus, white pine, and a native bush honeysuckle. (source)

Fall Creek Gorge | Indiana Waterfalls | Attica Indiana | The Potholes | Image By Indiana Architectural Photographer Jason Humbracht

Dusk | Fall Creek Gorge

Fall Creek Gorge | Indiana Waterfalls | Attica Indiana | The Potholes | Image By Indiana Architectural Photographer Jason Humbracht

Steps Down Into Gorge | The Potholes

Fall Creek Gorge is one of the most scenic areas in west central Indiana with its steep walled canyons, tumbling waters, and potholes — large, circular openings in the sand rock that form the bed of the canyon — providing a picturesque home for unusual flora and thriving fauna. (source)

Fall Creek Gorge | Indiana Waterfalls | Attica Indiana | The Potholes | Image By Indiana Architectural Photographer Jason Humbracht

Canyon View | Fall Creek Gorge

Fall Creek Gorge | Indiana Waterfalls | Attica Indiana | The Potholes | Image By Indiana Architectural Photographer Jason Humbracht

Sunset | Fall Creek Gorge

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