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.Tour De Falls DuPont Forest
This is your chance to see Bridal Veil Falls without hiking 4.4 miles roundtrip!

A 12 mile tour by shuttle bus to four spectacular sites in DuPont State Recreational Forest: Triple Falls, High Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, and Lake Julia.
This is a family friendly event that takes place Saturday, October 18 and Sunday, October 19.

Buses will leave the event parking area approximately every 30 minutes from 9am until 2:30 pm. By getting off the bus at each stop visitor will be able to get great views of the falls, take photos and explore the forest. The tour takes 3 hours or longer, depending on how much time
is spent at each stop.

The event parking area is located near 89 Buck Forest Road, Cedar Mountain, NC 28718(GPS 35.191111, -82.622778) a short distance from the High Falls access and parking area. Look for the Tour De Falls directional signs as you near the event area.

Volunteers will be on each bus and at each stop to provide information about the history of the area and our efforts to protect the historical and natural resources within this 10,400-acre forest.

A donation of $6 for ages 6 to 17 and $12 for ages 18 and up is requested. We accept donations by cash or check, but cannot process credit cards. Buses are not handicap-accessible. Pets are not allowed on the buses.  Reservations are not accepted.

Visitors should bring snacks and water, as there are no food concessions. Triple Falls and High Falls have covered shelters with picnic tables.

Light refreshments will be available in the lodge overlooking Lake Julia, which is the last stop on the tour.

DuPont State Recreational Forest is located in Henderson and Transylvania counties in the mountains of western North Carolina.

Tour de Falls is an event sponsored by the Friends of DuPont Forest (FODF). Friends of DuPont Forest is a non-profit organization that works with the North Carolina Forest Service and the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to enhance the recreational experience and preserve the natural resources in DuPont State Recreational Forest. Donations to Friends of DuPont Forest are used to finance construction projects such as shelters, access steps at the waterfalls, to maintain 80+ miles of trails, and to support research and educational projects that protect historical and natural resources within DuPont State Recreational Forest. You are invited to become a member of this vital organization. For membership applications, directions, and additional DuPont State Recreational Forest info visit our web site at or call 828-877-6527.