Devil’s Den: Twin Falls Winter Pics

Devil's Den: Twin Falls Winter Pics photo
Icicle-adorned Twin Falls at Devil’s Den State Park. This is the main (left or north) waterfall.

One of the highlights of the Devil’s Den Self-Guided Trail (also referred to as the “cave trail”) at Devil’s Den State Park is Twin Falls, a scenic double waterfall.

Like many Arkansas waterfalls, you can’t always expect to see a good flow on a particular day. So it was a real treat for me a few weeks ago (January 4) to see the falls with the water flowing well.

An added treat for me that cold morning was that there were quite a few icicles at the falls as well. The temps that morning were in the upper teens.

Devil's Den: Twin Falls Winter Pics photo
The secondary (south) of the two waterfalls of Twin Falls, Devil’s Den State Park.

Twin Falls lies at the east end of the trail loop. The trail goes under the first waterfall, and it then crosses a small bridge across the second and larger one (further south).

Devil's Den: Twin Falls Winter Pics photo
The main waterfall seen from a viewing area beneath the waterfall.

According to Tim Ernst’s Arkansas Waterfalls, the two waterfalls that make up Twin Falls have heights of 47 and 56 feet.

These photos are all from my January 4 visit.

Devil's Den: Twin Falls Winter Pics photo
Panoramic shot of the secondary (south or right) Twin Falls area.
Devil's Den: Twin Falls Winter Pics photo
The main branch (the one on the left) of Twin Falls at Devil’s Den State Park
Devil's Den: Twin Falls Winter Pics photo
Twin Falls at Devil’s Den State Park
Devil's Den: Twin Falls Winter Pics photo
Twin Falls at Devil’s Den State Park
Devil's Den: Twin Falls Winter Pics photo
Twin Falls
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