Photo(s) of the Day: Ruby Falls

On our drive home from Atlanta to Kansas City, we stayed in Chattanooga, TN. I booked the hotel in advance knowing nothing about the town; we just needed a place to rest. When we arrived, we were greeted with tons of brochures about Ruby Falls, Lookout Mountain, and zip-lining/ropes courses. All of those sounded fun, but we decided to check out Ruby Falls since it opened the earliest and we had a 10-hour drive ahead of us.

The Ruby Falls tour consisted of a one-mile cave hike several hundred feet below ground. The stalactites and stalagmites were beautiful!
After hiking back to the falls through narrow corridors, the cave opened up into a huge room.
As everyone frantically snapped photos in our timed seven minutes at the falls, I stepped back and photographed the people for a sense of scale.
Ruby Falls drops 145 feet from the cave ceiling to an underground pond below.
The natural beauty of the cave (seen with artificial light).



6 thoughts on “Photo(s) of the Day: Ruby Falls

  1. Allyson Fantasia

    Those are some amazing pictures of some incredible natural beauty! Some of the best “finds” are those we stumble over.

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